|Sire||Three Legs (GB)|
|Damsire||Moss Trooper (USA)|
|Owner||Graham de Gruchy (NZ)|
|Trainer||Dave and Paul O'Sullivan (NZ)|
|1988, 1990 ARC Television New Zealand Stakes
1989, 1990 ARC DB Draught Classic
1989 Japan Cup
1989 LKS MacKinnon Stakes
|New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame|
|Last updated on 3 April 2009|
Horlicks (1983 – 24 August 2011) was an outstanding Thoroughbred racemare from New Zealand. She won the internationally-contested 1989 Japan Cup in a world record time of 2:22 for 2,400 metres. In addition to the Japan Cup, she won five Group One (G1) races in Australia and New Zealand, namely the LKS MacKinnon Stakes, the Television New Zealand Stakes (twice), and DB Draught Classic (twice).
Horlicks was by Three Legs (GB) from the unraced mare, Malt, by Moss Trooper (USA). Malt was later sold to the United States by Australian Bloodstock agent Brian King.
Big race wins
Horlicks retired from racing with a record of 17 wins and 12 places from 40 starts and career earnings of NZ$4,165,407.</>
Horlicks has also proven to be an outstanding broodmare, as the dam of the 2000 Melbourne Cup winner Brew (by Sir Tristram), and the ill-fated stakes winner Bubble. Another daughter, Latte, was the dam of G1 AJC Australian Derby winner, Fiumicino.
Horlicks died on 24 August 2011 at Cambridge Stud and is buried at her breeder and owner's (Graham de Gruchy) stud farm. 
Three Legs (GB)
|Moss Trooper (USA)
|Home Brew (Family: 10-d)|