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SAJC Queen's Cup

The SAJC Queen's Cup is a Group 3 Australian thoroughbred horse race for horses aged 3 years old and upwards, over a distance of 2000m.

The race was first held in 1930 and has been run spasmodically ever since.

It is held at Morphettville Racecourse in Adelaide.

Race history

1930 - 1966 held over 12 furlongs (approx. 2400m)
1972 - 1990 held over 2400m
1996 onwards held over 1200m.

1930 – 1978 was a Principal Race
1984 onwards Group 3

1930 - 1948 the race was known as the SAJC King's Cup
1954 onwards the race has been called the SAJC Queen's Cup.

The winners

  • 2003 - Bellton
  • 1996 - Navajo Flash / Slygo Connection
  • 1990 - Raslaan
  • 1984 - Colonial Flag
  • 1978 - Vive Velours
  • 1972 - Scotch And Dry
  • 1960 - Exaudi
  • 1954 - Sir Coral
  • 1948 - Valcurl
  • 1936 - Donaster


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