What I read about a few minutes earlier but couldn’t see until someone posted a link to the race. If you can’t see the above embedded video of Frankel in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot, click here.
Last week, I “watched” a couple of high profile British horse races on Twitter, especially the 2012 Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot with British superhorse Frankel. Believe it or not, “watching” a race on Twitter is still an exciting experience. Talk about on-the-scene reporting from a wide variety of sources. I retweeted some of the things I saw so I could show you how this works by printing my retweets here.
Congratulations to the still undefeated BLACK CAVIAR and her connections after her 22nd win.
Psst – want to go for a bit of a spin on Black Caviar, the undefeated Australian super-mare? Watch this video:
If you can’t see the above embedded video of “jockey cam” video of Black Caviar working, click here.
Australian pride and an international fanbase hits Royal Ascot with the undefeated mare Black Caviar.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to watch a horse race with Her Majesty? Below is video shot about twenty years ago at the Epsom Derby (note the double-decker buses around the course.) Check it out:
If you couldn’t see the embedded video, click here.