Finche ($250,000) 9. 10. Cross Counter has claimed the 2018 Melbourne Cup as jockey Kerrin McEvoy picked up his third title on a track that left a lot to be desired after heavy morning rain. 18. Chestnut Coat Red Cardinal Muntahaa ($150,000) Watch the brand new comedy series Code 404 now on Stan. 22. 20. The TAB says a punter put $100 (at odds of $201) on Vow and Declare to win the Melbourne Cup and $900 (at odds of $51) for the horse to place all … 16. Youngstar ($150,000) 12. This is a list of the first four placings (from 2006) in the Melbourne Cup, a Thoroughbred horse race at Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne, Australia. Avilius 2. 17. Who Shot Thebarman 14. They were trailed by A Prince of Arran who lost his legs despite a brave late move. Ventura Storm ($150,000) Sound Check 23. Yucatan ($150,000) Melbourne Cup form guide 2018: Horses, odds, barriers, analysis of each runner, Melbourne Cup results 2018: Cross Counter wins, breaks Godolphin curse. Marmelo ($1 million) 6. Jump to navigation Jump to search The Melbourne Cup is … 8. McEvoy won his third Melbourne Cup, riding Cross Counter to victory. Auvray As some revel in the glory of their Cup victory, remember winning isn’t everything. Cross Counter (prizemoney $4 million) Ace High 1. 15. List of Melbourne Cup winners. The Cliffsofmoher (failed to finish). 21. Cross Counter has claimed the 2018 Melbourne Cup as jockey Kerrin McEvoy picked up his third title on a track that left a lot to be desired after heavy morning rain. 24. Trained by Charlie Appleby, Cross Counter burst to the front of the pack in a blistering late surge in the final 200m to pip race favourite Marmelo at the post in the $7.3 million two-mile classic. 5. 3. 13. Runaway Vengeur Masque Sir Charles Road ($150,000) A Prince Of Arran ($500,000) 4. Results. Zacada Rostropovich ($175,000) Nakeeta ($150,000) 19. Jockey Craig Williams (pictured left) celebrates with Vow and Declare's trainer Danny O'Brien (pictured right) holding the coveted Melbourne Cup … Best Solution ($150,000) 7. Magic Circle 11. He is the brother in law of Melbourne Cup winner, Michelle Payne who won the Cup with Prince of Penzance in 2015. Former NSW MP Geoff Corrigan compares winning a Melbourne Cup to waiting for a knife-edge election result.