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Belmont Stakes Racing Legends June Featuring the 2003 contender, Funny Cide. Also pictured, Sir Barton Gallant Fox Omaha War Admiral Whirlaway Count Fleet Assault Citation Secretariat Seattle Slew Affirmed 1978

Prior to the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups, Gurner's Lane had won the VRC and AJC St Legers, during the autumn of 1982, and had run third in the AJC Derby.

Prior to the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups, Gurner's Lane had won the VRC and AJC St Legers, during the autumn of and had run third in the AJC Derby.

HIGH CHAPARRAL (Ire) B h 1999, Sadler's Wells (USA) - Kasora. Winner of the English and Irish Derbies in the same year, 2002, and never unplaced in 13 starts, 10 of which were wins, he is the sire of the Australian middle-distance champion, So You Think (NZ).

HIGH CHAPARRAL (Ire) B h Sadler's Wells (USA) - Kasora. Winner of the English and Irish Derbies in the same year, and never unplaced in 13 starts, 10 of which were wins, he is the sire of the Australian middle-distance champion, So You Think (NZ).

Kingston Town Black gelding (1976 - 1991) Bletchingly - Ada Hunter Trainer – T.J. Smith Owner – David Hains Race record – 41 starts: 30 wins, 5 seconds, 2 thirds Stake money – $1,605,790 Major Wins: AJC and QTC Derbies, Rosehill Guineas STC Tancred Stakes Sydney Cup W.S. Cox Plate (three times) George Main Stakes (twice) Caulfield stakes (twice)

Kingston Town Black gelding (1976 - 1991) Bletchingly - Ada Hunter Trainer – T.J. Smith Owner – David Hains Race record – 41 starts: 30 wins, 5 seconds, 2 thirds Stake money – $1,605,790 Major Wins: AJC and QTC Derbies, Rosehill Guineas STC Tancred Stakes Sydney Cup W.S. Cox Plate (three times) George Main Stakes (twice) Caulfield stakes (twice)

Kingston Town

Kingston Town

Kingston Town was an outstanding Australian bred Thoroughbred racehorse who won a record three Cox Plates and 11 other Group One races in a career spanning from 1979 to 1982. Born: August 31, 1976 Died: March 22, 1991 Record 41: 30-5-2

Kingston Town was an outstanding Australian bred Thoroughbred racehorse who won a record three Cox Plates and 11 other Group One races in a career spanning from 1979 to Born: August 1976 Died: March 1991 Record

Biscay, (AUS) 1965 (Star Kingdom-Magic Symbol), Starts 8: 6-0-0, sire of Bletchingly & grandsire of the great champion Kingston Town (Timeform: 137)

Biscay, (AUS) 1965 (Star Kingdom-Magic Symbol), Starts sire of Bletchingly & grandsire of the great champion Kingston Town (Timeform:

The mighty New Zealand CARBINE great racehorse and sire includes descendants Spearmint, Northern Dancer, Secretariat, Seattle Slew, Ballymoss, Shergar, Arkle, Never Say Die, Mr. Prospector, Nasrullah, Nijinsky11,Hyperion, Nearco, Royal Palace, Fort Marcy, Better Loosen Up, Sir Ivor, Invasor, Phar Lap, Tulloch, Kingston Town

Going way back to legendary racehorse Carbine (NZ)! 1885 - Unbeaten in five starts in NZ at came to Australia at won or placed in 40 of 43 starts including 1890 Melbourne Cup under record weight.

Kingston Town - won 30 races from 41 starts, retired with a total of 1.6 million in prize money in 1980's

Kingston Town - won 30 races from 41 starts, retired with a total of million in prize money in

Kingston Rule(1986)Secretariat- Rose Of Kingston By Claude. 3x5 To Nasrullah. 18 Starts 10 Wins 6 Seconds 2 Thirds. A$2,549,125. Won Melbourne Cup(Aus-1), MVRC Moonee Valley Cup(Aus-2), VATC Tommy Woodcock H, VATC H A Currie H, 2nd VATC T S Carlyon Cup(Aus-2), VRC THe Dalgaty(Aus-2), VARC Coongy(Aus3), 3rd Blamey S(Aus-2), St George S(Aus-2). Died In 2011.:

Kingston Rule - a son of Secretariat that raced in Australia, winning the 1990 Melbourne Cup while setting a record time that still stands

Kingston Rule (1986, Kentucky – December 2011) was an American-bred racehorse who raced in Australia, where he won the 1990 Melbourne Cup in a record time of 3:16:3. This time still stands as the record today. Bred and raced by Victoria's David H. Hains, who had bred Kingston Town, Kingston Rule was sired by the famed U.S. Triple Crown Champion, Secretariat, and out of the 1982 Australian Horse of the Year, Rose of Kingston. Kingston Rule was trained by Bart Cummings and ridden by Darren…

Kingston Rule (AUS) 1986 (Secretariat -Rose of Kingston), winner of the 1990 Melbourne Cup in record time.

Sickle 1924 by Phalaris and Selene

Thoroughbred Heritage web site, portraits of famous thoroughbreds, Sickle