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Trainer Mark Walker Relies on Technology to Prepare Imperatriz for Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning Race at Flemington
Leading New Zealand trainer Mark Walker is using cutting-edge technology to prepare Imperatriz for the prestigious Group 1 Black Caviar Lightning race at Flemington.
Walker, who has had a stellar career in New Zealand and Australia, is leaving no stone unturned in his quest to get Imperatriz in peak condition for the race. The talented three-year-old filly has shown tremendous potential and will be competing against some of the best sprinters in the country.
To ensure Imperatriz is in top form, Walker is utilizing the latest in training technology. From GPS tracking to monitor the filly’s performance during workouts to using virtual reality simulations to analyze and improve her racing strategy, Walker is leaving nothing to chance.
“I believe in using technology to give my horses the best possible chance of success,” Walker said. “Imperatriz is a special talent, and I want to make sure she is well-prepared for the Black Caviar Lightning race.”
In addition to using technology, Walker is also relying on his years of experience and expertise to fine-tune Imperatriz’s training and racing tactics. He is confident that the combination of advanced technology and old-fashioned horsemanship will give Imperatriz the edge she needs to compete at the highest level.
The Black Caviar Lightning race is scheduled to take place at Flemington on February 14, and it promises to be a thrilling event. With Mark Walker at the helm and Imperatriz in top form, race fans can expect an exciting performance from this talented filly.