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Rose of Kingston

Rose of Kingston
Sire Claude
Dam Kingston Rose
Grandsire Hornbeam
Damsire Better Boy
Gender Mare
Foaled 1978
Country Australia
Color Chestnut
Owner David H. Hains
Trainer Robert E. Hoysted
Record 10 wins
Earnings AUD$591,660
Summary
Rose of Kingston is a thoroughbred racehorse out of Kingston Rose by Claude. She was born around 1978 in Australia.
Major wins
Champagne Stakes (1981)
Coolmore Stud Stakes (1981)
Crown Oaks (1981)
Australasian Oaks (1982)
Australian Derby (1982)
Coongy Handicap (1982)
Craiglee Stakes (1982)
Awards
Australian Horse of the Year (1982)
Australasian Champion 3-Year-Old Filly (1982)
Australasian Champion Older Mare (1982)
Horse (Equus ferus caballus)
Last updated on 20:10, Wednesday December 7 2016 (UTC)

Rose of Kingston (foaled 1978 in Australia) was a Thoroughbred mare who raced with a great deal of success in Australia, particularly as a three-year-old. She was the Australian Horse of the Year and Australasian Champion Three-Year-Old Filly and Australasian Champion Older Mare in 1982, and after retiring from racing became a broodmare. [1]

She had ten career wins including three Group one events.

Rose of Kingston was the dam of Melbourne Cup winner Kingston Rule by the great American Triple Crown winner, Secretariat.

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