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Tamworth Cup winners results history

An open handicap in April run over 1400 metres.

Won by 2nd place 3rd place
Tableaux Kaypers Jefferson Park
Pitt Street Knot Out I'm In The Money
2013 Prussian Secret Universal Belief Bonsai 1.23.8
2012 Universal Belief Save A Buck Prussian Secret 1.22.2
2011 Scussy Moola All Again Sutton Friend 1.22.1
2010 Looking Fur Lang Boomerang Prior Bacon 1.20.9
2009 Centover Ready As Newton's Rings 1.23.0
2008 Gold Buckle Ready As Life's Too Short 1.23.5
1953 Brazil Watson Lady Dinah 1.27.5
1952 Jenny Lind Pembroke Macreena 1.25.7
1940 Sethia William Wont Prairie Chief 1.24.0
1939 Grey Derby Hybol Red Thespian  
1938 Disalto Heroic Faith Red Thespian 1.25.5
1937 Mohican Speltho Buzalong 1.26.0
1936 Prowler Assai Belgravia 1.25.0
1935 Sir Thorn Cool Spell Assai 1.25.7
1931 not run      
1930 Greensea Prince Avian Sir Chyrstopher 1.25.0
1929 Sir Chrystopher Ceterque Land Of Leisure 1.26.5
1928 Colmera Noelena Volena Horton Gag 1.27.6
1926 Villeroy Mahoney Sun Wave 1.27.5
1925 Merrabrooka Fail Never Mahanoy  
1924 Loyal Merv Acrodorus Piasroot  
1923 Ominate Beau Bee Wisemond 1.28.7
1922 Bobanut Bllombah Andolight  
1921 Kephaldol White Grain Birchgrove  
1920 Laddie Blue Popularity White Grain 2.08.6
1908 Ruby Tin Earthquake Dormaid  
1897 Semiramus Old Clo Aerolite  
1881 Express Bulgarie Reindeer  
1880 Rosebud Erin's Isle Rechersche  

This account of the 1920 Tamworth Cup meeting was published in "The Daily Observer" on April 22, 1920:

"The Totalisator proved very popular at this meeting as the following figures indicate: On the first day 2828 tickets were issued of a value of 1414 pounds, and yesterday 3302 of a value of £1651.
The total for the two days was 3065 pounds.

On the Newmarket Handicap the first day 718 tickets were issued, valued at 359 pounds and on the Britten Memorial Cup 998 tickets valued at £499.

The attendance for the meeting enormously exceeded anything previously experienced by the Club, thus justifying the decision to launch out by giving big prize money.
On the first day 2500 people were present, and on the second 2300. The difference in the attendance the first day is accounted for by the fact that a public holiday was granted for Tamworth, thus enabling many employees to go to the races for the whole day.

The gardens and lawns were a picture, reflecting the greatest credit on the caretaker, Mr Page. All the visitors admired the beautiful flowers round the lawns. On each day Jacob's string band was in attendance, and added to the enjoyment.
Mr. R. H. Munro, owner of Laddie Blue, winner of the Cup yesterday, donated £20 to the Tamworth Hospital.