1863 Melbourne Cup
|Date||5 Nov 1863|
The 1863 Melbourne Cup was a two-mile handicap horse race which took place on Thursday, 5 November 1863.
This year was the third running of the Melbourne Cup. Controversially, two-time defending winner Archer was not allowed to take his place in the race after his nomination arrived in Melbourne one day late. The nomination arrived on a public holiday in Melbourne: Separation or Succession day to celebrate Victoria separating from New South Wales. As a result, The Victoria Turf Club's offices were closed for the holiday and Archer's nomination was rejected for being "too late". Because of this, Sydney trainers boycotted the race leaving only horses trained by Melbourne trainers. The resulting seven horse field is the lowest in the race's history. Archer would have carried 11st 4lb (71kg). By contrast, the winner, Banker carried 5st 9lb (33.5 kg), the lightest weight carried by a winner and third place, Rose of Denamrk carried 5st 12lb (36 kg).
This is a list of placegetters which ran in the 1863 Melbourne Cup.
|3||Rose of Denmark||H. Tothill|
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