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|CJC Welcome Stakes (1888)
CJC Oaks Stakes (1889)
Dunedin Champagne Stakes (1889)
Wellington Cup (1890, 1891, 1892)
Hawkes Bay Cup (1891)
WRC Autumn Handicap (1892)
CJC Metropolitan Trophy (1892)
Easter Handicap (1892)
Cynisca (foaled 1886 in New Zealand) was a Thoroughbred mare racehorse named for the Spartan princess Cynisca who became the first woman in history to win at the ancient Olympic Games when she won the four-horse chariot race in 396 BC.
The New Zealand mare is best remembered for winning three consecutive Wellington Cups.
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