Hall of Fame

1990s

1990

Norton's Coin - Graham McCourt (1990)

Norton's Coin - Graham McCourt (1990)

100/1
NORTON’S COIN (9 yo)
The longest price winner in the history of the race at 100/1.

Jockey: Graham McCourt
Trainer & Owner: Sirrell Griffiths

 

1991

Garrison Savannah - Mark Pitman (1991)

16/1
GARRISON SAVANNAH (8 yo)
This win was unusual in that the horse beat two former champions, DESERT ORCHID (third) and NORTON’S COIN (fell) and two future champions in THE FELLOW (second) and COOL GROUND (fourth).

Jockey: Mark Pitman
Trainer: Jenny Pitman
Owner: Autofour Engineering

1992

Cool Ground - Adrian Maguire (1992)

25/1
COOL GROUND (10 yo)

Jockey: Adrian Maguire
Trainer: Toby Balding
Owner: Whitcombe Manor Racing

1993

Jodami - Mark Dwyer (1993)

8/1
JODAMI (8 yo)

Jockey: Mark Dwyer
Trainer: Peter Beaumont
Owner: John Yeadon

1994

The Fellow - Adam Kondrat (1994)

The Fellow - Adam Kondrat (1994)

7/1
THE FELLOW (9 yo)
Beaten a short-head in two consecutive Gold Cups in 1991 and 1992 the French horse got his reward when beating the previous year’s winner JODAMI by one and a half lengths.

Jockey: Adam Kondrat
Trainer: François Doumen
Owner: Marquesa de Moratalla

1995

Master Oats - Norman Williamson (1995)

100/30F
MASTER OATS (9 yo)
Between November 1993 and March 1995 MASTER OATS won nine of his 11 races and improved to become the highest-rated staying chaser in Britain.

Jockey: Norman Williamson
Trainer: Kim Bailey
Owner: Paul Matthews

1996

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9/2
IMPERIAL CALL (7 yo)
The first Irish horse to win the Gold Cup for 10 years

Jockey: Conor O’Dwyer
Trainer: Fergie Sutherland
Owner: Lisselan Farms Ltd

1997

Mr Mulligan - AP McCoy (1997)

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20/1
MR MULLIGAN (9 yo)

Jockey: AP McCoy
Trainer: Noel Chance
Owner: M&G Worcester

1998

1998 Cool Dawn_web

25/1
COOL DAWN (10 yo)

Jockey: Andrew Thornton
Trainer: Robert Alner
Owner: Dido Harding

1999

16/1

SEE MORE BUSINESS (9 yo)

Jockey: Mick Fitzgerald
Trainer: Paul Nicholls
Owner: Paul Barber & John Keighley