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Awapuni Gold Cup

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Previous Awapuni Gold Cup Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
BEAUDEN (NZ) 6G
BULLBARS (AUS) - BELLE FEMME (AUS) ZEDITAVE (AUS)
RYAN ELLIOT 56.0 GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON 9
JACKSSTAR (NZ) 7G
ZED (NZ) - STAR GUEST (NZ) PENTIRE (GB)
C W JOHNSON 55.0 G VILE 3
OUR ABBADEAN (NZ) 5M
LOOKIN AT LUCKY (USA) - HIGHLAND LIGHTS (AUS) FANTASTIC LIGHT (USA)
D S JOHNSON 53.0 STEPHEN AUTRIDGE 4
MAYGROVE (AUS) 7G
AUTHORIZED (IRE) - LADY ZHIVAGO (NZ) ZABEEL (NZ)
J PARKES 59.0 MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN 11
SAMPSON (NZ) 7G
DUBAI DESTINATION (USA) - MAGIC STAR (AUS) DANZERO (AUS)
B R JONES 56.0 H W MATHEWS 3
MAYGROVE (AUS) 5G
AUTHORIZED (IRE) - LADY ZHIVAGO (NZ) ZABEEL (NZ)
M CAMERON 57.0 MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN 6
IAMISHWARA (NZ) 5G
KEENINSKY (NZ) - SHE'S HEROIC (NZ) CLAY HERO (AUS)
L J ALLPRESS 58.0 ANTONY KAYE 1
Soriano (NZ) 4M
SAVABEEL (AUS) - CALL ME LILY (NZ) JUST A DANCER (NZ)
N G HARRIS 53.5 GRAEME & DEBBIE ROGERSON 11
BETTER THAN EVER (AUS) 6G
FRENCH DEPUTY (USA) - SONGFEST (AUS) UNBRIDLED'S SONG (USA)
H S TINSLEY 58.0 JASON BRIDGMAN 7
RIOMORAL (NZ) 5G
CAPTAIN RIO (GB) - IMMORAL (NZ) LAST TYCOON (IRE)
P J TURNER 55.0 KARYN MCQUADE 3
HOLD IT HARVEY (AUS) 6G
KING CUGAT (USA) - DALY CHARM (AUS) BEST WESTERN (AUS)
J S BULLARD 57.0 TERRI RAE 2
SIR SLICK (NZ) 8G
VOLKSRAAD (GB) - OUR MISS OPERA (NZ) PARIS OPERA (AUS)
S T COLLETT 58.0 GRAEME NICHOLSON & PAUL ALLBON 5
MACO'REILLY (NZ) 5G
O'REILLY (NZ) - DOUBLE BABU (NZ) CENTAINE (AUS)
H S TINSLEY 59.0 DAVID HAWORTH 5
SIR SLICK (NZ) 6G
VOLKSRAAD (GB) - OUR MISS OPERA (NZ) PARIS OPERA (AUS)
B S HERD 59.0 GRAEME NICHOLSON & PAUL ALLBON 7
SIR SLICK (NZ) 5G
VOLKSRAAD (GB) - OUR MISS OPERA (NZ) PARIS OPERA (AUS)
B S HERD 59.0 G NICHOLSON 9
TUSKER (NZ) 4M
VOLKSRAAD (GB) - STELLA ARTOIS (NZ) STAR WAY (GB)
D M WALSH 56.0 M BAKER 4
DISTINCTLY SECRET (NZ) 6G
DISTINCTLY NORTH (USA) - TE AKAU SECRET (NZ) LORD BALLINA (AUS)
J S BULLARD 58.0 MARK WALKER 11
IRISH ROVER (NZ) 6G
KENFAIR (NZ) - STERLING LEA (NZ) ONE POUND STERLING (GB)
DAVID WALKER 58.0 E CARSON 6
DISTINCTLY SECRET (NZ) 5G
DISTINCTLY NORTH (USA) - TE AKAU SECRET (NZ) LORD BALLINA (AUS)
O P BOSSON 58.0 MARK WALKER 2
MAZE (NZ) 4M
HOUSEBUSTER (USA) - STRANGEWAYS (NZ) VELOSO (NZ)
G J GRYLLS 56.0 M MURDOCH 7
CENT HOME (NZ) 6G
LORD BALLINA (AUS) - CENTURIA (NZ) CENTAINE (AUS)
DAVID WALKER 58.0 JAMES WALLACE 5
CRONUS (NZ) 8G
ZABEEL (NZ) - FOREIGN COPY (NZ) BOLD VENTURE (NZ)
V A COLGAN 58.0 R JAMES 4
CRUZEIRO (NZ) 7M
KAAPSTAD (NZ) - JANEIRO (NZ) MARCEAU (AUS)
J W WALKER 57.0 GEOFF GEORGETTI 8

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