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Posted by on 12/11/2013 8:18:03 PM

“Made it, Ma, Top of the World” is the signature line from Jimmy Cagney’s movie White Heat and online sports betting site players can compare their 2014 ‘bests’ to the Longines World’s Racehorse Rankings.

Caviar has long been considered a preferred delicacy but the food itself has nothing Black Caviar, who was atop the World’s Racehorse Rankings and tied with Treve at a 130 rating.

Born in August of 2006 in Australia, Black Caviar was 2 for 2 as a juvenile, won all 6 of her starts in 2012, was 3 for 3 in 2013 and retired a perfect 25 for 25. She earned nearly $7.5 million as a multiple Group 1 winner.

It was a job well done and she deserved to go out in classic fashion.

Treve, a sophomore filly by Motivator, is also unbeaten but she has not been taxed 25 times. She opened her career winning at about a mile on grass at Longchamp, took the French Oaks in June, won a Group 1 marathoning in September and ended her 2013 season 5 for 5 beating 17 rivals in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

She has won nearly $1 million a start and she has earned her lofty rating.

Wise Dan is the highest ranked American horse in the top 10 of the rankings. He was the Horse of the Year in 2012 and could very well repeat that feat after winning on Breeders’ Cup Day.

He has only lost twice in 2 years, once by a head and once at Keeneland when a Grade 1 that was scheduled to be run on grass was moved to the synthetic.

In the BC Mile this year, Dan was steadied, fell farther back than usual, but kicked in down the lane to win going away with a 104 Beyer Speed Figure.

Being a gelding, there is no reason Dan will not continue to thrill racing fans.

Four Irish-bred runners made the top 10 and 3 other Americans were awarded the honor.

Kentucky Derby winner Animal Kingdom only won one of his 3 starts in 2013 but it was a huge race as he tracked the leaders in the $10 million Dubai World Cup and won by 2 lengths. He has been in the exacta in 10 of his 12 starts and has earned over $8 million.

Game on Dude has run just like his name suggests but he has failed to win on some of the bigger stages. After finishing first in his first 5 starts this year, he was crushed in the BC Classic and lost a heartbreaker by a head in the Clark in late November.

Mucho Macho Man is a fighter. He won a Grade 1 at Santa Anita in September and proved it was no fluke taking the BC Classic by a nostril. Back in training in Florida now, he has earned over $5 million in his career.

The best in the world deserve their due.

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