|Dam||Rose of Kingston|
|Breeder||David H. Hains|
|Owner||Mr. & Mrs. David H. Hains|
|VATC Tommy Woodcock Handicap
VATC H A Currie Handicap
Moonee Valley Cup (1990)
Melbourne Cup (1990)
Kingston Rule (1986, Kentucky – December 2011) was an American-bred racehorse who raced in Australia, where he won the 1990 Melbourne Cup in a record time of 3:16:3. This time still stands as the record today. 
Bred and raced by Victoria's David H. Hains, who had bred Kingston Town, Kingston Rule was sired by the famed U.S. Triple Crown Champion, Secretariat, and out of the 1982 Australian Horse of the Year, Rose of Kingston.
He entered stud in 1991, and as of the end of 2009 has sired 91 winners, including 4 stakes winners.
- Kingston Rule's pedigree and partial racing stats
- Video at YouTube of Kingston Rules win in the 1990 Melbourne Cup
- Kingston Rule's profile at Kingston Park Studs Pty Ltd.
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