Black Caviar’s little brother Moshe will stand at Eliza Park Stud in Victoria this breeding season.
The announcement comes just a week after a half-sister to Black Caviar sold for $2.6 million at the Australian Easter Yearling Sale in Sydney.
Moshe is by Bel Esprit out of Helsinge making him a full-brother to the champion mare and a half-brother to Group One placegetter All Too Hard.
Trained by Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes, Moshe raced five times for three wins, including a pair of city victories at Moonee Valley.
Mark Lindsay, nominations manager at Eliza Park, said the four-year-old was a striking individual.
“Like his big sister, you wouldn’t miss Moshe in a crowd,” Lindsay said.
“Having seen Moshe for the first time I was really impressed with his physical appearance. He’s a very masculine horse like his sire Bel Esprit.”
Moshe will stand alongside Bel Esprit.
His service fee will be announced in the near future.