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Carlyon Cup

The Carlyon Cup is a Group 3 Australian thoroughbred horse race for horses aged 4 years old and over, under set weights plus penalties conditions, over a distance of 1400m.

It is held annually at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne.

Race History

1977 - 1994 held over 2000m
1995 held over 1800m
1996 - 1997 held over 1600m
1998 - 2000 held over 1800m
2001 - 2005 held over 1600m
2006 onwards held over 1400m

1977–1979 was a Principal Race
1980–2002 was a Group 2
2003 onwards Group 3

1977 - 2000 the race was known as the ‘T.S. Carlyon Cup’
2001 onwards the race has been called ‘Carlyon Cup’.

The winners

  • 2010 - Rightfully Yours[1]
  • 2009 - Time Matters[2]
  • 2008 - Publishing[3]
  • 2006 - Live In Vain
  • 2005 - Niagara Falls
  • 2004 - La Sirenuse
  • 2003 - No Deposit
  • 2002 - Piper Star
  • 2000 - Skoozi Please
  • 1999 - Thackeray
  • 1998 - Delinquent
  • 1997 - Peep On The Sly
  • 1996 - Toil
  • 1995 - Starstruck
  • 1994 - Station Hand
  • 1992 - Cool Credit
  • 1991 - Prince Salieri
  • 1990 - Marwong
  • 1988 - Black Charleston
  • 1987 - Cossack Warrior
  • 1986 - The Vagrant
  • 1985 - Astrolin
  • 1984 - Admiral Lincoln
  • 1983 - Trissaro
  • 1982 - Granite King
  • 1981 - Mr. Independent
  • 1980 - There You Go
  • 1979 - Marceau
  • 1977 - Ngawyni

References

Australian Studbook - MRC T.S. Carlyon Cup Race Winners



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