See below for the final field of 24 runners in the 2014 Melbourne Cup. 1. Admire Rakti (JPN) This Japanese horse came here with big wraps and won the Caulfield Cup at his first run in Australia. He has over $5 million in prizemoney and has won over distances from 1800 to 3400m and finished 4th in the Group
See below for the final field of horses in the 2013 Melbourne Cup. 1. Dunaden (FR) This French stayer won the 2011 Melbourne Cup carrying 54.5kg. He returned to Australia in 2012 and won the Group 1 Caulfield Cup and finished 14th in the 2012 Melbourne Cup carrying 59kg, after heavy contact. Since then he has raced in Hong
1. Dunaden (FR) This French stayer came to Australia last year and won the Group 3 Geelong Cup over 2400m then the 2011 Melbourne Cup. He went back to Europe and has been racing at Group 1 and Group 2 level. He had his 3rd Australian start in the 2012 Group 1 Caulfield Cup and flew home to win
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Picking the winner of any horse race can be difficult, but picking the winner of the Melbourne Cup is a real challenge. There is normally a full field of 24 horses, they come from different states and different countries, and they can have wildly different preparations that make it really difficult to try to compare one horse with another.