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Adelaide Cup

The Adelaide Cup is a Group 2 Thoroughbred horse race held in South Australia. It is handicap race run over 3,200m (two miles) at Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide Australia.

The cup is held on the second Monday of March since March 2006. Before 2006 it was held in May.[1]


Contents

Race history

  • From 1884 to 1944 the race was run over 13 furlongs (approximately 2,600 metres).

Past winners

  • 2010 - Capecover[2]
  • 2009 - Zavite[3]
  • 2008 - Lacey Underall
  • 2007 - Gallic
  • 2006 - Exalted Time
  • 2005 - Demerger
  • 2004 - Pantani
  • 2003 - Pillage 'N Plunder
  • 2002 - The A Train
  • 2001 - Apache King
  • 2000 - Bohemiath
  • 1999 - Sheer Kingston
  • 1998 - The Hind
  • 1997 - Cronus
  • 1996 - French Resort
  • 1995 - Scrupulous
  • 1994 - Our Pompeii
  • 1993 - Our Pompeii
  • 1991 - Ideal Centreman
  • 1990 - Water Boatman
  • 1986 - Mr. Lomondy
  • 1985 - Toujours Mio
  • 1984 - Moss Kingdom
  • 1983 - Amarant
  • 1982 - Dealer's Choice
  • 1981 - Just A Dash
  • 1980 - Yashmak
  • 1979 - Panamint
  • 1977 - Reckless
  • 1976 - Grand Scale
  • 1975 - Soulman
  • 1974 - Phar Ace
  • 1973 - Tavel
  • 1972 - Wine Taster
  • 1971 - Laelia
  • 1970 - Tavel
  • 1969 - Gnapur
  • 1967 - Fulmen
  • 1966 - Prince Camillo
  • 1965 - Hunting Horn
  • 1964 - Jamagne
  • 1963 - Woolstar
  • 1962 - Cheong Sam
  • 1961 - Far Away Places
  • 1960 - Lourdale
  • 1959 - Mac
  • 1958 - Star Aim
  • 1957 - Borgia
  • 1956 - Pushover
  • 1955 - Storm Glow
  • 1954 - Spearfolio
  • 1953 - Royal Padjeant
  • 1952 - Aldershot
  • 1951 - Peerless Fox
  • 1950 - Peerless Fox
  • 1949 - Colin
  • 1948 - Sanctus
  • 1947 - Beau Cheval
  • 1946 - Little Tich
  • 1945 - Blankenburg
  • 1944 - Chief Watchman
  • 1943 - race not held
  • 1942 - race not held
  • 1941 - Yodvara
  • 1940 - Apostrophe
  • 1939 - Son Of Aurous
  • 1938 - Dartford
  • 1937 - Donaster
  • 1936 - Cape York
  • 1935 - Mellion
  • 1934 - Sir Roseland
  • 1933 - Infirmiere
  • 1932 - Romany Rye
  • 1931 - Suzumi
  • 1930 - Temptation
  • 1929 - Parallana
  • 1928 - Altimeter
  • 1927 - Three Kings
  • 1926 - Spearer
  • 1925 - Stralia
  • 1924 - Wynette
  • 1923 - King Ingoda
  • 1922 - Repique
  • 1921 - Sir Marco
  • 1920 - Wee Gun
  • 1919 - Dependence
  • 1918 - Elsdon
  • 1917 - Greencap
  • 1916 - St. Spasa
  • 1915 - Naxbery
  • 1914 - Hamburg Belle
  • 1913 - Midnight Sun
  • 1912 - Eye Glass
  • 1911 - Eye Glass
  • 1910 - Medaglia
  • 1909 - Kooringa
  • 1908 - Destinist
  • 1907 - Spinaway
  • 1906 - Dynamite
  • 1905 - Troytown
  • 1904 - Sport Royal
  • 1903 - Sojourner
  • 1902 - The Idler
  • 1901 - Gunga Din
  • 1900 - Tarquin
  • 1899 - Contrast
  • 1898 - Paul Pry
  • 1897 - Mora
  • 1896 - Warpaint
  • 1895 - Elswick
  • 1894 - Port Admiral
  • 1893 - Vakeel
  • 1892 - Jericho
  • 1891 - Stanley
  • 1890 - Shootover
  • 1889 - The Lawyer
  • 1888 - race not held
  • 1887 - race not held
  • 1886 - race not held
  • 1885 - Lord Wilton
  • 1883 - Sting
  • 1882 - Euclid
  • 1881 - Totalisator
  • 1880 - Firstwater
  • 1879 - Banter
  • 1878 - Glenormiston
  • 1877 - Aldinga
  • 1876 - Impudence
  • 1875 - Lurline
  • 1874 - Ace Of Trumps
  • 1873 - Dolphin
  • 1872 - Australian Buck
  • 1871 - race not held
  • 1870 - race not held
  • 1869 - Norma
  • 1868 - Cupbearer
  • 1867 - Cowra
  • 1866 - Cowra
  • 1865 - Ebor
  • 1864 - Falcon

See also

References

Australian Studbook - SAJC Adelaide Cup Race Winners





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