News; Nike Kids Mercurial Superfly CR7 V FG - Cool Grey/Metallic Hemat

Published: Friday 12 May, 2017


BlackCaviar's 16 fixed wins In her final victoria outing for the year, The mare again demolished her battle in the prestige milliondollar sprint, The Patinack Farm usual, In a beautiful repeat of last year's race. Using a pattern occurring at every meeting she graces, Black Caviar's thrilling run overshadowed the main event of the day, The Emirates pegs, One more Group 1 event of the Spring Racing Carnival. Jockey Luke Nolen came Nike Kids Mercurial Superfly CR7 V FG - Cool Grey/Metallic Hematite/Wolf Grey in just a whisker of winning both races after his Emirates mount, King's flower, Flashed past the post with sevenyearold Sydney gelding Albert the Fat in a photo finish that rivalled Tuesday's victoria Cup heartstopper. A list crowd of 85,112 been found up 8000 on last year, Swelled by racegoers eager to see Black Caviar in the flesh before her spring campaign broken.



Fire up of sidebar. Skip to separate of sidebar. It was obvious she was the day's main magnet. Wild cheering erupted round the track as the field leapt from the starting gates. The noise rose to a crescendo as the heroine broke free from the pack midway down the long Flemington straight away to win Australia's grand final of sprint events by three lengths. For the second race in a row the strength of the field taking on the great mare was just a handful. Only six rivals might be found and three of them were Black Caviar's stablemates, Added to the mix by trainer Peter Moody to fill out an office. Unlike the common black and white of Derby Day, The Flemington crowd was a sea of colour such as swathes of Nike Mercurial Superfly V Kids salmoncoloured Caviar flags. There was a strong turnout of kids and teenagers for family day. Family Fashions on the flying field contests provided an extra lure. The Kibbis family of Geelong claimed the first Family Fashions, Winning a holiday to Dubai and also a TV and Myer shopping spree for the elegant pairing of mother Jacky and nineyearold daughter Charlie. Twin babies Zakariya and Aaron Sivritas, 7, For Ascot Vale, Went one compatible with their impressive showing last year in the junior boys category. Yr after they tied for runnerup, But this year Zak spectacular in white hat, Shoes and jacket and fantastic blue pants won and Aaron came second. Mia Sango, 6, Won the junior girls stylish award, Despite Fedele D'Amico, 15, Of eastern Brighton, And willimina Wyatt, 15, From Cranbourne, Took the senior young children awards.

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