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Brisbane Cup

The Brisbane Cup is a Group 2 Australian Thoroughbred horse race for three year olds and upwards, run under handicap conditions over a distance of 2400 metres at Eagle Farm Racecourse, Brisbane in June. Prizemoney is AUD$300,000.

Race history

  • 1866 run over 18 furlongs (approx 3600 metres).
  • 1883 & 1888 run over 14 furlongs (approx 2800 metres).
  • 1946 run over 12 furlongs (approx 2400 metres).
  • 2007, race distance changed from 3200m to 2400m, race also dropped to Group 2 status.

The winners

  • 2010 - Crossthestart [1]
  • 2009 - Scenic Shot [2]
  • 2007 - Newport [4]
  • 2006 - Art Success [5]
  • 2005 - Portland Singa [6]
  • 2004 - Danestorm [7]
  • 2003 - Piachay
  • 2002 - Prized Gem
  • 2001 - Star Covet
  • 2000 - Yippyio
  • 1999 - Sheer Kingston
  • 1998 - Praise Indeed
  • 1997 - Desert Chill
  • 1996 - Dupain
  • 1995 - Desert Chill
  • 1994 - Sky Flyer
  • 1993 - Barbut Delcia
  • 1992 - Grooming
  • 1991 - Just A Dancer
  • 1990 - Shuzohra
  • 1989 - Coshking
  • 1988 - Lord Hybrow
  • 1987 - Limitless
  • 1986 - Marlon
  • 1985 - Foxseal
  • 1984 - Chiamare
  • 1983 - Amarant
  • 1982 - Queen's Road
  • 1981 - Four Crowns
  • 1980 - Love Bandit
  • 1979 - Grey Affair
  • 1978 - Muros
  • 1977 - Reckless
  • 1975 - Herminia
  • 1974 - Igloo
  • 1973 - Irish Whip
  • 1972 - Mode
  • 1971 - Royal Shah
  • 1970 - Cachondeo
  • 1969 - Galleon King
  • 1968 - Prominence
  • 1967 - Fulmen
  • 1966 - Apa
  • 1965 - Fair Patton
  • 1964 - Fair Patton
  • 1963 - Campo
  • 1962 - Kamikaze
  • 1960 - Valerius
  • 1959 - Macdougal
  • 1958 - Timor
  • 1957 - Cambridge
  • 1955 - The Wash
  • 1954 - Lancaster
  • 1953 - Hydrogen
  • 1952 - Putoko
  • 1951 - Prince O' Fairies
  • 1950 - Silver Buzz
  • 1949 - Sanctus
  • 1948 - Sicarda
  • 1947 - Blue Boots
  • 1946 - Good Idea
  • 1945 - Not Held
  • 1944 - Not Held
  • 1943 - Not Held
  • 1942 - Not Held
  • 1941 - Lady Buzzard
  • 1940 - Tragopan
  • 1939 - Spear Chief
  • 1938 - Spear Chief
  • 1937 - Glen's Spear
  • 1936 - Lough Neagh
  • 1935 - Rivalli
  • 1934 - St. Valorey
  • 1933 - Herolage
  • 1932 - St. Valorey
  • 1931 - Royal Smile
  • 1930 - Trainer
  • 1929 - In Petto
  • 1928 - Canning Queen
  • 1927 - Kentle
  • 1926 - Piastoon
  • 1925 - Te Kara
  • 1924 - Balaton
  • 1923 - Seremite
  • 1922 - Grichka
  • 1921 - Impeyan
  • 1920 - Golden Sunset
  • 1919 - Venerable
  • 1918 - Irish Princess
  • 1917 - Bunting
  • 1916 - Demeranthis
  • 1915 - Rue Victoria
  • 1914 - Cagou
  • 1913 - Rosard
  • 1912 - Goard
  • 1911 - Black Paint
  • 1910 - Curve
  • 1909 - Fightaway
  • 1908 - Plunder
  • 1907 - Haidee
  • 1906 - Scorcher
  • 1905 - Fitz Grafton
  • 1904 - Fitz Grafton
  • 1903 - Jessie
  • 1902 - Palmer
  • 1901 - Rabato
  • 1900 - Boreas Ii
  • 1899 - Dundonald
  • 1898 - Rubydor
  • 1897 - Battalion
  • 1896 - Tornado
  • 1895 - Orville
  • 1894 - Yelverton
  • 1893 - Tridentate
  • 1892 - Splendide
  • 1891 - Lurline
  • 1890 - Lyndhurst
  • 1889 - Quicksilver
  • 1888 - Sirius
  • 1887 - Wetherondale
  • 1886 - Bonnie Bee
  • 1885 - Lancer
  • 1884 - Legacy
  • 1883 - Mozart
  • 1882 - Proctor
  • 1881 - Lord Clifden
  • 1880 - Major
  • 1879 - Sydney
  • 1878 - The Dean/Strathearn (dead heat)
  • 1877 - Sunrise
  • 1876 - Irish Stew
  • 1875 - Carbine
  • 1874 - Zanco
  • 1873 - Wanderer
  • 1872 - Zanco
  • 1871 - Greyskim
  • 1870 - Dandy
  • 1869 - Premier
  • 1868 - Sydney
  • 1867 - North Australian
  • 1866 - Forester

References




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