Is this horse Peter Moody’s best since Black Caviar?

Peter Moody and Luke Nolen celebrate the Golden Eagle win of I Wish I Win.Credit: Getty Images

The five-year-old has won more than $7.75 million in prizemoney, courtesy of the vast money on offer in Sydney. For comparison, Black Caviar, who didn’t lose a race and triumphed on racing’s biggest stage at Royal Ascot in front of Queen Elizabeth II, won a total of $7.95 million.

I Wish I Win’s road to the Everest begins on Saturday, naturally at Caulfield, where Black Caviar was stabled for…

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