Melbourne Cup won by Peter Pan


National Museum of Australia

National Museum of Australia
Canberra, Australia

Peter Pan, owned by Rodney Dangar and trained by Frank McGrath, won the Melbourne Cup in 1932 and 1934. He is one of only a few horses to win the cup more than once.

This trophy is known as a three-handled loving cup and the design was introduced in 1919. Before then, the cups came in a variety of styles and in some years, no trophy was presented at all.


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