Moshe retires to Eliza Park

Moshe will provide broodmare owners with an opportunity to tap into the hottest family in Australia when he retires to Eliza Park this year.

Moshe will join his own sire Bel Esprit at the Kerrie based stud in Victoria.  He is a brother to world champion sprinter Black Caviar and half brother to G2 winning juvenile All Too Hard (Casino Prince).

His Redoute’s Choice half sister was sold at last week’s 2012 Inglis Easter yearling sale for $2.60 million!

Only lightly raced, Moshe won three from five starts including a six lengths romp at Bendigo on debut in a blistering 56.95s over 1000m.  He also won twice over the same trip at Moonee Valley.

Like his big sister, you wouldn’t miss Moshe in a crowd.

“Seeing Moshe for the first time, I was really impressed with his physical appearance – he’s a very masculine horse like his sire Bel Esprit,” Eliza Park’s Mark Lindsay said..  “Moshe is already 640kgs, has tremendous length, bone and conformation and we’re delighted to have the opportunity to stand him.”

Moshe’s original owners – Wylie Dalziel Racing and Roy Higgins – have retained an interest in Black Caviar’s brother and an introductory service fee will be announced shortly.