The group of owners who enjoyed the ride of a lifetime racing the undefeated Black Caviar will gather at Flemington to watch the champions first foal begin the next phase of the journey.Black Caviar won 25 times, including 15 Group Ones, and the group who raced her have retained her progeny with two-year-old filly Oscietra set to step out in public for the first time on Friday morning.She is scheduled to contest a jump-out at Flemington against four other juveniles and her owners are all expected to be on hand.I think were all going to be there on Friday, part-owner Neil Werrett told RSN927 on Wednesday.It would be pretty exciting to see her and be there when she comes out, and Luke (Nolen) will be riding her in the jump-out from what I gather so we look forward to it.Nolen rode Black Caviar to 22 of her 25 wins.If the filly comes through her first trial well on Friday, and another in the coming weeks, she could make her debut on New Years Day at Flemington in a race for two-year-old fillies.There is also an option a day earlier at Moonee Valley.Fridays hit-out will be an important next step in her education which began with a bit of secrecy because of her high profile until it was announced in September that David Hayes, who trains in partnership with Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes, would be her trainer.Everyone has tried to treat her like any other horse but thats kind of very difficult, Werrett said.And when we sent her to the breaker and the pre-trainer, we kept it all pretty silent.We sent her under her name of Gertie and no-one realised who she was until we announced that a horse called Gertie was going to David Hayes. So everyone got very excited there and didnt realise who they had been breaking in and who they had been riding on the track.Weve just been doing a few things like that because otherwise everyone probably treats her a bit too nice.We just want to treat her like any other horse and make sure shes well educated which she has been. Craig Anderson Jersey . -- Whether Jeremy Hill deserves a prominent role in LSUs offence this early in the season is a matter for debate. Jean-Gabriel Pageau Jersey .com) - The Chicago Blackhawks aim for their third three-game winning streak of the season when they host the struggling Edmonton Oilers in Sundays battle at the United Center. http://www.senatorssale.com/authentic-dylan-demelo-senators-jersey/ . Reigning world champion Eve Muirhead of Scotland opened with a 12-2 rout of Winnipegs Jennifer Jones in a battle of teams bound for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Mark Borowiecki Jersey . Ivanovic was leading 7-5, 1-0 when Hantuchova withdrew after falling 0-40 behind in the second game. The match started slowly for Ivanovic, who surrendered her first two serves as Hantuchova took a 5-3 lead. Thomas Chabot Jersey . -- The proud fathers huddled near the Dallas Stars dressing room, smiling, laughing and telling stories while wearing replica green sweaters of their sons team. Port Adelaide say they didnt deliberately flout AFL protocols when rushing Hamish Hartlett back to the field after he copped a nasty head knock.The Power admit they made protocol errors which resulted in a $20,000 fine from the AFL, with $10,000 of the sanction suspended until the end of the 2018 season.Hartlett passed a concussion test after leaving the ground against Hawthorn in last Thursday nights match but Port failed to notify an AFL official the assessment was taking place, as required by AFL laws.Hartlett returned to action about five minutes after coming off the ground, when he should have been kept from playing for the regulated 15-minute exclusion period.Port coach Ken Hinkley says Hartlett wasnt at risk by returning to the field.There was absolutely no risk taken ... Hamish was fine. And I want to make that clear, that he didnt have concussion, Hinkley told reporters on Friday.Therres rules in the place and theres ways you have to go about things in all parts of the game, not just in this one.dddddddddddd And we didnt quite get it right.It wasnt deliberate but we didnt get it right.Hinkley said Ports chief medical officer was busy treating another injured player - Brad Ebert, who suffered bruised lungs - when Hartlett was hurt.There was a bit going on at that very time ... and we probably were a little bit rushed in that area, but everything was done for player welfare and safety, he said.... The doctor that saw him (Hartlett) on the ground said he was fine but to be doubly sure...we made sure we checked him thoroughly, so we did a test.The problem is we didnt notify the AFL of that test.Hartlett will play against North Melbourne on Saturday. ' ' '