Melbourne Cup 2012 Results: Who won, who came last

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    Green Moon wins the Melbourne Cup 2012 (AAP Image/Julian Smith)

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    2013 MELBOURNE CUP RESULTS HERE

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    The 2012 Melbourne Cup has been won by Green Moon, who beat Fiorente, and Jakkalberry, in third in a surprise result for all three placings.

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    2013 MELBOURNE CUP RESULTS HERE

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    Kelinni finished fourth.

    Ethiopia has run last – it is believed to have injured a tendon, but it appears the horse will survive.

    Green Moon was given the run of the race by jockey Brett Prebble, for owner Lloyd Williams and trainer Robert Hickmott. He was an outsider at $20 to win the race.

    Fiorente, with jockey: James McDonald and trainer: Gai Waterhouse, paid $11.80 for second.

    Jakkalberry in third, ridden by Irish jockey Colm O’Donoghue and Italian trainer Marco Botti, paid $16.

    Official finishing result and margins to next runner:
    1. Green Moon
    2. Fiorente – 1 length
    3. Jakkalberry – 1.25L
    4. Kelinni – .75L
    5. Mount Athos – Short Neck
    6. Glencadum Gold – .75L
    7. Mourayan – .75L
    8. Red Cadeaux – 1L
    9. Precedence – short neck
    10. My Quest for Peace – half neck
    11. Americain – Long neck
    12. Cavalryman – 1L
    13. Voila Ici – Neck
    14. Dunaden – 2L
    15. Niwot – Short 1/2 head
    16. Lights of Heaven – .75L
    17. Winchester – Short neck
    18. Sanagas – Long neck
    19. Maluckyday – Long neck
    20. Galileo’s Choice – Short Head
    21. Unusual Suspect – 1/2 Head
    22. Zabeelionaire – Long Head
    23. Tac De Boistron – 1.25L
    24. Ethiopia – 50L – 63 lengths off the winner.

    The Quinella paid: $506.90
    The Exacta paid: $765.30
    The Trifecta paid: $45,941
    The First Four paid: $969,406.60

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