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Australian Racing Museum

The Australian Racing Museum is a horse racing museum in Melbourne, Australia dedicated to Thoroughbred horses, jockeys and trainers. It was first set up at Caulfield Racecourse in 1981 and closed on August 30 2003. It then moved to Federation Square on Flinders Street.[1] [2]In 2010 the museum will move to the National Sports Museum at the MCG[3]

References

  1. Australian Racing Museum online
  2. Racing comes to town
  3. Champions on the move to the MCG

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