The build-up continues towards the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, thus named to celebrate the Queen of England’s Diamond Jubilee and we’ve linked a video of Peter Moody being interviewed for AtTheRaces by the eccentric Matt Chapman.

Moody is the trainer of the undefeated mare Black Caviar who will be making a trip to the UK to run at Royal Ascot in June to put to bed any questions of how good she is on a world scale.

Chapman puts questions to Moody that evoke some patriotic responses but also some pretty sensical ones too. It’s a classic case of the Aussies vs ”The Poms” and it really whets the appetite for a potential clash between Black Caviar and Frankel.

The Diamond Jubilee Stakes is a British Group 1 race for three-year-olds and up. It was first run in 1868 as the All Aged Stakes when it was won by Laneret. In 1926 it was renamed the Cork and Orrery Stakes after the 9th Earl of Cork & 9th Earl of Orrery who had served as Master of the Buckhounds from 1866.

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