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Roman Arch

This article is about Roman Arch who was an Australian bred racehorse that was foaled in 1998. Another Roman Arch was foaled in 1995 in New Zealand.

He was most famous for winning the 2006 Australian Cup at the odds of 60/1 with the TAB. His other group 1 win was the 2003 Toorak Handicap where he beat subsequent Cox Plate winner, Fields of Omagh. Roman Arch also won the 2005 Werribee Cup and 2005 Sandown Classic.

Roman Arch is trained by Victorian trainer, Robbie Laing. He is part-owned by footballer Darren Gaspar.

See also

Millionaire Racehorses in Australia



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