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Commemorates a racehorse.

Trafalgar was foaled in 1905 and was by Wallace out of the mare Grand Canary (by Splendor). He was owned by Messrs P & W Mitchell of Bringenbong, near Corryong. From 59 starts he had 24 wins, 11 seconds and 6 thirds. His best known win was the Sydney Cup which he won in 1910.  He was sold by the Mitchell's in 1916 and was retired after having won 24 events worth ₤22,111 in prize money.

After his retirement, Trafalgar spent his remaining days at Towong Hill on the Upper Murray. He was destroyed in 1929 after breaking a leg.


Address:Towong Hill Road, Towong Hill Station, Towong, 3707
GPS Coordinates:Lat: -36.159927
Long: 148.00491
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
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Monument Type:Monument
Monument Theme:Culture
Source: RUMV
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