Australian mare Black Caviar has won the 24th consecutive race of her career, taking the 1,200-meter Williams Reid Stakes by four lengths at Moonee Valley on Friday.
The 6-year-old star sprinter captured her 14th Group One.
Black Caviar won her 23rd consecutive race on Feb. 16 after an eight-month break. She narrowly won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, England, on June 23 and faced possible retirement after tearing a quadriceps muscle at Ascot.
She underwent laser therapy and exercise in a water walker – the equine version of water aerobics – to return for another season.
There have been reports that trainer Peter Moody will soon retire Black Caviar, although she is likely to race in April at Sydney’s Randwick.