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Mahogany (horse)

Mahogany (foaled 1990) (Last Tycoon from Alshandegha) was an Australian thoroughbred who raced in the mid-1990s. He was aimed at the three-year-old staying events, where he won the Victoria Derby and the Australian Derby. But as an older horse he usually was restricted to sprint races.

The notable exception was the 1995 W.S. Cox Plate where he ran a photo-finish second to Octagonal. Mahogany won 8 Group One events and won AUS$3,667,618. He was owned by Kerry Packer and Lloyd Williams and trained by Lee Freedman. The Mahogany Room at Crown Casino was named after him.

See also

Millionaire Racehorses in Australia



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