Melbourne Cup 2015
Last year's Melbourne Cup winner is looking to become the first to go back-to-back since Makybe Diva.
The 10-year-old Red Cadeaux will be contesting his fifth straight Melbourne Cup.
Placed third in last year's Melbourne Cup. Who Shot TheBarman aiming to do better this year.
Japanese trained Fame Game is regarded as one of the popular runners in this year's edition of the Melbourne Cup.
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Another Japanese runner in Hokko Brave is also aimed for the Cup.
Max Dynamite, trained by William Mullins, will bring the luck of the Irish in an attempt to claim the Melbourne Cup.
Aiden O'Brien has a few hopefuls aimed for the Melbourne Cup, including Kingfisher.
Bondi Beach is another Aiden O'Brien-trained contender.
Trained by Ed Dunlop, 2015 Ascot Gold Cup winner Trip to Paris has high aspirations for the Melbourne Cup.
Another keen to impress is the Aiden O'Brien trained Order Of St George.
ATC Australian Derby winner Mongolian Khan is one of the top contenders from New Zealand.
2015 ATC Oaks winner Gust Of Wind will have admirers leading into the Melbourne Cup.
VRC Oaks winner Set Square will be representing as one of the top mares from Australia.
All eyes will now be on the chances of Precedence. At 10 years of age, he will be carrying the Cummings name on its charge to the Melbourne Cup.
Hucklebuck held off the late finish of Lucky Hussler to claim the Emirates Stakes. The early leader The Cleaner finished third.