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Wellington Guineas

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Previous Wellington Guineas Winners

Date Horse Jockey WT Trainer BP
GOLD BRACELET (NZ) 3F
PINS (AUS) - MISS BLING (NZ) GOLAN (IRE)
L J ALLPRESS 54.5 JOHNO BENNER & HOLLIE WYNYARD 2
EMILY MARGARET (NZ) 3F
PINS (AUS) - SEVEN SCHILLINGS (NZ) O'REILLY (NZ)
R J HANNAM 54.5 K H HUGHES 5
SCOTT BASE (NZ) 3G
DALGHAR (FR) - EXTRA CELESTIAL (AUS) DANEHILL DANCER (IRE)
V A COLGAN 56.5 JOHNO BENNER & HOLLIE WYNYARD 3
SARACINO (NZ) 3G
PER INCANTO (USA) - BELLA DANIELA (NZ) O'REILLY (NZ)
L J ALLPRESS 56.5 MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN 4
THE JUSTICE LEAGUE (NZ) 3G
I AM INVINCIBLE (AUS) - L'ARTISTE (AUS) PEINTRE CELEBRE (USA)
L C TILEY 56.5 N W TILEY 8
VESPA (NZ) 3C
ELUSIVE CITY (USA) - MISS AVALON (IRE) FANTASTIC LIGHT (USA)
M R DU PLESSIS 56.5 JOHNO BENNER 3
JOYFUL PARK (NZ) 3C
THORN PARK (AUS) - DOSH (NZ) DANSKE (NZ)
R HUTCHINGS 56.5 TONY PIKE & MARK DONOGHUE 3
NEO (NZ) 3G
ONE COOL CAT (USA) - VICKY (AUS) ENCOSTA DE LAGO (AUS)
O P BOSSON 56.5 MURRAY BAKER & ANDREW FORSMAN 12
PRESIDENT LINCOLN (NZ) 3G
O'REILLY (NZ) - PINOT GRIS (NZ) PENTIRE (GB)
KELLY MC CULLOCH 56.0 L LATTA 5
BARSIDE (NZ) 3G
TOBOUGG (IRE) - CHITA RIVERA (NZ) CASUAL LIES (USA)
L J ALLPRESS 56.0 TRENT BUSUTTIN 8
KEYORA (NZ) 3G
BACHELOR DUKE (USA) - FAIRY LIGHTS (IRE) FAIRY KING (USA)
H S TINSLEY 56.0 J R WHEELER 5
SKIRMISH (NZ) 3F
LE BEC FIN (NZ) - JOLLIFY (NZ) KINGDOM BAY (NZ)
R J HANNAM 54.5 A BULL 14
RIOS (NZ) 3C
HUSSONET (USA) - GUSSY GODIVA (NZ) LAST TYCOON (GB)
D M WALSH 56.0 M BAKER 7
JOKERS WILD (NZ) 3C
BLACK MINNALOUSHE (USA) - MISS RORY (AUS) RORY'S JESTER (AUS)
M T COLEMAN 56.0 MIKE MORONEY & DEAN MELTON 2
DARCI BRAHMA (NZ) 3C
DANEHILL (USA) - GRAND ECHEZEAUX (NZ) ZAFONIC (USA)
M J WALKER 56.0 MARK WALKER 4
HAPPEE OWNER (NZ) 3G
TOWKAY (AUS) - MAKE UP (NZ) TAKE YOUR PARTNER (AUS)
L G INNES 55.5 M BAKER 8
KAINUI BELLE (NZ) 3F
KASHANI (USA) - LADY UKIAH (NZ) STRAIGHT STRIKE (USA)
N G HARRIS 54.5 VANESSA & WAYNE HILLIS 8
SPARKLING STAR (AUS) 3G
DEFECTING DANCER (GB) - SURPRISE BOX (AUS) DAUMIER (AUS)
L C TILEY 56.0 N W TILEY 5
I ROCK MY WORLD (AUS) 3G
KING'S THEATRE (IRE) - MATINS (USA) SEATTLE SLEW (USA)
D G BRADLEY 56.0 MICHAEL MORONEY & ANDREW CLARKEN 2
SPRING RAIN (NZ) 3F
CENTAINE (AUS) - PEARL DRAGON (NZ) GROSVENOR (NZ)
V A COLGAN 54.5 R JAMES 14

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