Australia's record-breaking racehorse

Black Caviar wins 24th race

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It seems that equine extremes are something of a speciality Down Under. The world famous Black Caviar, widely regarded as the best racehorse on the planet, recently stormed to her 24th victory at Moonee Valley.

The six-year-old has a perfect record throughout her career, with a winning run unsurpassed by any other horse in the last 100 years. She normally runs in her home country, but was introduced to British fans in spectacular fashion at 2012's Royal Ascot meeting.

Before an expectant crowd, she saw off her challengers to win the prestigious Diamond Jubilee Stakes, further cementing her status as one of the finest racehorses ever seen.

Black Caviar's most recent run saw her win with consummate ease in the William Reid Stakes, delighting an expectant crowd who packed the stands for a glimpse of the superstar.

The win took her to 14 Group One races, most of them with jockey Luke Nolen. That equalled the record set by Kingston Town, but many expect Black Caviar to quickly eclipse that, potentially in Sydney on April 13 at the TJ Smith Stakes.

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Watch Black Caviar's 22nd victory at Royal Ascot below: