Melbourne Cup Replays

Melbourne Cup 2020

2021 Melbourne Cup Replay

The replay for the 2021 Melbourne Cup will be uploaded below as soon as it becomes available.

2020 Melbourne Cup Replay

The 2020 Melbourne Cup was won surprisingly by Twilight Payment who was at $26 with the bookies at the time. It was a brilliant front-running ride by Jye McNeil in his first Melbourne Cup winning ride. Twighlight Payment jumped from barrier 12 carrying 55.5kgs. Joseph O’Brien, son of Aidan O’Brien was the trainer.

2019 Melbourne Cup replay

Vow And Declare was the 2019 Melbourne Cup champion, repelling the international challenge, winning by a narrow margin ahead of three-time Melbourne Cup placegetter Prince Of Arran. Vow and Declare jumped from barrier 21 carrying 52kgs, with Craig Williams in the saddle. Danny O’Brien was the trainer.

2018 Melbourne Cup replay

The 2018 Melbourne Cup was won by English horse Cross Counter. It was an outstanding win as he let down strongly in the final 100m to win on the outside. Cross Counter jumped from barrier 19 carrying 51kgs, with Kerrin McEvoy in the saddle. Charlie Appleby was the trainer.

2017 Melbourne Cup replay

Rekindling won the 2017 Melbourne Cup, finishing half-a-length ahead of Johannes Vermeer as one of the lightest horses on the track. Rekindling jumped from barrier four carrying 51.5kgs, with Corey Brown in the saddle. Joseph O’Brien was the trainer.

2016 Melbourne Cup Replay

The 2016 Melbourne Cup was won by Almandin. The race had one of the most entertaining finishes in Melbourne Cup recent history. He went neck-and-neck with Heartbreak City for the entirety of the final straight. Almandin jumped from barrier 17 carrying 52kgs, with Kerrin McEvoy in the saddle. Robert Hickmott was the trainer.

2015 Melbourne Cup Replay

The most talked about Melbourne Cup of all time was won by Prince Of Penzance who saluted at 100/1. Michelle Payne is the first and only female jockey to ever win the Melbourne Cup. Prince of Penzance jumped from barrier one carrying 53kgs. Darren Weir was the trainer.