Melbourne Cup 2022: Results, including Gold Trip, Duais, and Knights Order

Melbourne Cup 2022: Results, including Gold Trip, Duais, and Knights Order

Gold Trip is the favored horse to win the 2022 Melbourne Cup, according to the oddsmakers.

MELBOURNE CUP RESULTS 2022

1. Gold Travel (FR)

2. Emissary (GB) (GB)

3. High Oceanic (NZ)

4. Deauville Legend

5. Kingdom of Flowers

6.

Daqiansweet Junior

7. Smokin’ Romans

8. Stockman

9. Knights Order

10. Vow and Proclaim

11. Arapaho

12. Hoo Ya Mal

13. Without Resistance

14. Grand Promenade

15. Teenage Werther

16. Montefilia

17. Tiffany Rose

18. Duais

19. Numerian

20. Serpentine

21. Camorra

1. Gold Travel (FR)

Early in the day, the oddsmakers designated Gold Trip as the crowd favorite to win.

The year before, the elegant horse was acquired from Europe, where he had amassed an exceptional record by placing fourth in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe.

Mark Zahra, 57.5 kilograms, rode him, and Ciaron Maher and Dave Eustace schooled him.

The Melbourne Cup was the longest race ever run by the horse.

2. Emissary (GB) (GB)

51.5 kilograms, trained by Mike Moroney and ridden by Patrick Moloney.

After winning the previous Geelong Cup, Emissary employed a new strategy for the Melbourne Cup.

3. High Oceanic (NZ)

High Emocean was one of the least popular horses among gamblers, yet it managed to surprise everyone by placing third in the Melbourne Cup.

Ciaron Maher and Dave Eustace were the trainers, and Teo Nugent was the jockey.Punters' favourite horse Gold Trip, ridden by Mark Zahra (pictured with the Cup) won the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday

4. Deauville Legend

Tuesday saw the highly-regarded British horse coached by James Ferguson and ridden by Kerrin McEvoy (55kg).

In his most recent start, Deauville Legend won the Voltigeur and finished third in the Cox Plate last week.

Despite the fact that he had never been tested on wet surfaces, the horse excelled by finishing fourth.

5. Kingdom of Flowers

This mare was ridden by Damien Thornton and was trained by Anthony and Sam Freedman.The results for the 2022 Melbourne Cup are in with the punters' favourite - Gold Trip - storming to victory

Its greatest victory over a lengthy distance was at the 2,800-meter Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington in May of last year.

Bettors had anticipated Realm of Flowers would win the Cup following a string of second-place finishes, but the mare fell short and did not qualify.

Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup was won by the horse Gold Trip, ridden by Mark Zahra (shown carrying the Cup).

The results for the 2022 Melbourne Cup are in, and the betting favorite, Gold Trip, triumphed in a rout.

6.

Daqiansweet Junior

Daniel Moor, weighing 53 kilograms, and trained by P Stokes.Mark Zahra and his winning horse Gold Trip (above) took the 2022 Melbourne Cup on Tuesday

With a terrible record in his most recent outings and a tendency for faltering in the wet, Daqiansweet Junior has prompted skepticism among bettors.

7. Smokin’ Romans

Jamie Kah, one of the two female jockeys in the race, is riding the 51.5kg horse trained by Ciaron Mahon and Dave Eustace and ridden by one of the two female jockeys in the event.

Smokin’ Romans was heavily favored to win the Caulfield Cup, but it finished seventh. This left gamblers uncertain.

8. Stockman

Joseph Pride’s mount is ridden by Sam Clipperton, who weighs 54 kilograms, and is trained by Sam Clipperton.

It is well-known that Stockman performs well in the rain.Gold Trip was followed by Emissary, High Emocean and Deauville Legend (pictured, the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday)

9. Knights Order

Knights Order, ridden by Tim Clark, 55.5kg, and trained by racing icon Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, was the third most popular horse among bettors.

The horse has an outstanding record in races at distances comparable to the Melbourne Cup, winning the Sydney Cup by two lengths in April.

On Tuesday, Mark Zahra and his winning horse Gold Trip (pictured) won the 2022 Melbourne Cup.

After Gold Trip came Emissary, High Emocean, and Deauville Legend (pictured, the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday)

10. Vow and Proclaim

Blake Shinn rode the horse, which weighed 54 kilograms and was trained by Blake Shinn.

Craig Williams rode Vow and Declare to victory in the 2019 Cup while riding Hoo Ya Mal’s Vow and Declare.

11. Arapaho

Rachel King, who weighs 52,5 kilograms, rides a horse trained by Bjorn Baker.

In this year’s Cup, Arapaho was ridden by one of just two female jockeys.

12. Hoo Ya Mal

Craig Williams rode the horse, which was trained by Gia Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Three years ago, the rider of Hoo Ya Mal won the Cup on another competing horse.

13. Without Resistance

55.5 kilograms, trained by Simon and Ed Crisford and ridden by William Buick.

Without A Fight recently won consecutive races at York and was the sixth favorite to win the Cup, according to oddsmakers.

14. Grand Promenade

53 kilograms, trained by Ciaron Maher and Dave Eustace, ridden by Harry Coffey.

Grand Promenade had limited time to prepare for this year’s Cup despite performing admirably in the spring.

15. Teenage Werther

Damian Lane, weighing 54 kilograms, rode a horse trained by Danny O’Brien.

16. Montefilia

Montefilia was ridden by 55.5-kilogram jockey Jason Collett and was looking impressive leading up to the Melbourne Cup.

The horse trained by David Payne had failed to place in the last Caulfield Cup, but had trained well in preparation for the major race.

Many gamblers opted to take a chance and wager on Montefilia in the hopes that he would perform well.

Some gamblers’ preferred horses failed to place on Tuesday, with the second and third-place finishers scoring low in popularity (pictured, crowds at the Melbourne Cup)

17. Tiffany Rose

Tralee Rose, trained by Simon Wilde and ridden by Dean Yendall while carrying 51.5 kilograms, drew attention last spring when she finished second in the 2,500-meter The Bart Cummings at Flemington.

The horse previously finished ninth in the Melbourne Cup and placed fourteenth and thirteenth in her most recent two races.

18. Duais

Hugh Bowman, 55.5kg, rode Duais, which was trained by Edward Cummings, the grandson of former Melbourne Cup great Bart Cummings.

In the fall of 2012, the accomplished equine won back-to-back G1s in the 2,000-meter Australian Cup and the 2,400-meter Tancred.

It was identified as the second most popular horse to win the Cup.

19. Numerian

The Irish import horse, trained by Annabel Neasham and ridden by Tommy Berry, 55.5kg, placed sixth in the Caulfield Cup in October, almost missing a victory.

Numerian was selected as the fifth most popular horse to win the Cup.

20. Serpentine

53.5 kilograms, trained by Robert Hickmott and ridden by John Allen.

21. Camorra

Ben and JD Hayes are the trainers, while Ben Melham is the jockey.

 

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