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11 January 2013

Hopelessly out of date!


During the past 6 months my Blog has been hopelessly neglected!  It's been pointed out to me, quite rightly, by a couple of people.  I made a half hearted attempt to correct this in September, but failed utterly since then.

October marked the start of the Victorian Spring Racing Carnival, which begins at Caulfield Racecourse.  My first visit to the track was not for Caulfield Guineas Day, which is usual for me.  It was to attend the ABC Book Launch of Black Caviar - The Horse of a Lifetime, by Gerard Whateley.  It was a special event to attend.  Gerard attributed special mention to me, and my relationship with The Famous Pony in his speech, and I was very proud to be part of the launch and his book.
Gerard's Black Caviar book, with the trophy from Royal Ascot at the book launch held in October 2012.  Photo by Darren Tindale.
Bronwen Healy and Gerard Whateley.  Photo by Darren Tindale.
Gerard Whately.  Photo by Darren Tindale.
Bronwen Healy and Darren Tindale at the launch of Gerard's Black Caviar Book, held by ABC Books in October 2012.
Black Caviar at Murchison in September 2012.  Photo by Bronwen Healy.
Black Caviar at Murchison in September 2012.  Photo by Bronwen Healy.
Black Caviar at Murchison in September 2012.  Photo by Bronwen Healy.

All Too Hard winning the 2012 Caulfield Guineas




Snitzerland defeats Lankan Rupee




Sea Siren winning the 2012 Manikato Stakes




All Too Hard - agonisingly close in the 2012 Cox Plate



Green Moon defeating Fiorente in the 2012 Melbourne Cup.  Fiorente would win the Cup in 2013.







Green Moon the day after his Cup victory







Photographer couple Bronwen Healy and Darren Tindale with champion Black Caviar.  21 December 2012.
Black Caviar at Murchison.  Photo by Bronwen Healy.



Lot 251 (Fastnet Rock - Smart Company).  The colt offered by Lomar Park Stud fetched $1.35m, and is leading the sale.  He was bought by Coolmore Australia, who stand his sire.
Lot 251 (Fastnet Rock - Smart Company).  The colt offered by Lomar Park Stud fetched $1.35m, and is leading the sale.  He was bought by Coolmore Australia, who stand his sire.





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