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Auckland Cup

Group I race
Auckland Cup
Location Ellerslie Racecourse
Auckland, New Zealand
Inaugurated 1874
Race type Thoroughbred - Flat racing
Website Ellerslie Racecourse
Race information
Distance 3200m (2 miles)
Track Turf, right-handed
Qualification Three-year-olds and up
Weight Handicap
Purse $1 million


The Stella Artois Auckland Cup is an annual race held by the Auckland Racing Club (ARC). It is an Open Handicap for thoroughbred racehorses competed on the flat turf over 3200 metres (two miles) at Ellerslie Racecourse in Auckland, New Zealand. The race is graded as a Group One (G1) and was first contested in 1874. The Auckland Cup was run for a purse of $1 million in 2009.

Winners of the Auckland Cup

  • 2010 - Zavite
  • 2009 - Spin Around
  • 2006 - Pentane
  • 2005 - Bazelle
  • 2004 - Upsetthym
  • 2003 - Bodie
  • 2002 - Maguire
  • 2001 - Our Unicorn
  • 2000 - Able Master
  • 1999 - Irish Chance
  • 1997 - Yobro
  • 1996 - Senator
  • 1995 - Royal Tiara
  • 1994 - Miltak
  • 1993 - Ligeiro
  • 1991 - Star Harvest
  • 1990 - Miss Stanima
  • 1989 - Spyglass
  • 1988 - Sea Swift
  • 1987 - Kotare Chief
  • 1986 - Kerry Lane
  • 1985 - Secured Deoposit
  • 1984 - Stylish Dude
  • 1983 - Fountaincourt
  • 1982 - Chimbu
  • 1981 - Drum
  • 1980 - Blue Denim
  • 1979 - Tamboura
  • 1978 - Stylemaster
  • 1977 - Royal Cadenza
  • 1976 - Perhaps
  • 1975 - Kia Maia
  • 1974 - Rose Mellay
  • 1972 - Sailing Home
  • 1971 - Artifice
  • 1968 - Bright Chief
  • 1967 - Royal Sheen
  • 1966 - Apa
  • 1965 - Lucky Son
  • 1964 - Senor
  • 1963 - Stipulate
  • 1962 - Floutulla
  • 1961 - Ruato
  • 1960 - Marie Brizard
  • 1959 - Froth
  • 1958 - Red Eagle
  • 1957 - NOT HELD
  • 1956 - Yeman
  • 1955 - Tesla
  • 1954 - Arawa
  • 1953 - Coaltown
  • 1952 - Rev
  • 1951 - Classowa
  • 1950 - Beaumaris
  • 1949 - Swanee
  • 1947 - Balgowan
  • 1946 - Sylis
  • 1945 - Expanse
  • 1944 - Foxwyn
  • 1940 - Beau Vite
  • 1939 - Cheval De Volee
  • 1938 - Cheval De Volee
  • 1937 - The Buzzer
  • 1936 - Cuddle
  • 1935 - Cuddle
  • 1934 - Gold Trail
  • 1933 - Minerval
  • 1932 - Fast Passage
  • 1931 - Admiral Drake
  • 1930 - Motere
  • 1929 - Concentrate
  • 1928 - Corinax (AUS)
  • 1927 - Rapier
  • 1926 - Tanadees (AUS)
  • 1925 - Rapine
  • 1924 - Te Kara
  • 1923 - Muraahi/Te Kara
  • 1922 - Scion
  • 1921 - Malaga
  • 1920 - Starland
  • 1919 - Karo
  • 1918 - Mascot
  • 1917 - Fiery Cross
  • 1916 - Depredation
  • 1915 - Balboa
  • 1914 - Warstep
  • 1913 - Sir Solo
  • 1912 - Bobrikoff
  • 1911 - Santa Rosa
  • 1910 - Waimangu
  • 1909 - All Red
  • 1908 - All Red
  • 1907 - Zimmerman
  • 1906 - Master Delaval
  • 1905 - Putty
  • 1904 - Mahutonga
  • 1903 - Wairiki
  • 1902 - Siege Gun
  • 1901 - St. Michael
  • 1900 - Blue Jacket
  • 1899 - Blue Jacket
  • 1898 - Uhlan
  • 1897 - Antares
  • 1896 - Nestor
  • 1895 - Anita
  • 1894 - Lottie
  • 1893 - Pegasus
  • 1892 - St. Hippo
  • 1891 - Pinfire
  • 1890 - Crackshot
  • 1889 - Leopold
  • 1888 - Lochiel
  • 1887 - Nelson (AUS)
  • 1886 - Nelson (AUS)
  • 1885 - Nelson (AUS)
  • 1884 - The Poet
  • 1883 - Salvage
  • 1882 - Welcome Jack
  • 1881 - King Quail
  • 1880 - Foul Play
  • 1879 - Ariel
  • 1878 - Ariel
  • 1877 - Lara
  • 1876 - Ariel
  • 1875 - Kingfisher
  • 1874 - Templeton
  • 1943 - Lord Chancellor
  • 1941 - Piastre (AUS)


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