1990 Melbourne Cup – Kingston Rule


1990 Melbourne Cup - Kingston Rule
    Kingston Rule wins the 1990 Melbourne Cup, ridden by Darren Beadman, and trained by Bart Cummings.

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    1. Kingston Rules father Secretariat's heart weighed 22 pound. Average horses heart weighs 8. 4 pound. Often wondered how heavy Kingston Rules heart weighed. A big advantage in a 3200 meter stayers race.

    2. I think you should be disqualified for beating your horse w/the whip. They can be trained w/out it. Look at Secretariat in the Belmont. Wasnt whipped once in that race and still holds the record. If he ran the Melbourne, all the other horses would commit suicide cause they would get beat really bad. AUS has funny rules. Add weights to make it even that each horse is the same. Rubbish. Thats what purging is for
      Cool race. I think its too long but thats me. Id love to come to Aus to watch the Melbourne. Been to Townsville. Dont remember going but was there. Women are Beautiful there

    3. The win horse was a son of Secretariat. The show horse was a grandson of Secretariat. Beautiful venue and a great performance by top three.

    4. I rode out Mount Olympus out every morning when I worked for Colin Hayes in 1989,i have a picture of him winning at Victoria Park on my wall,happy days lovely horse.