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Who do you think will win the Melbourne Cup?

CUP DAY: Fran Signal, Rose Fraser and Jas Haster are ready for a fantastic day at the races on Melbourne Cup day.
CUP DAY: Fran Signal, Rose Fraser and Jas Haster are ready for a fantastic day at the races on Melbourne Cup day. Max Fleet

BUNDY'S gearing up to find out who will be crowned the winner of the 2012 Melbourne Cup and we want you to cast your vote on which horse will win the big race. 

We'd also love to know in the comments below how you pick a winner and how you're celebrating the cup.

And don't forget - we want to see all your bright, beautiful, classy and zany outfits. Email your photos to crystal.jones@news-mail.com.au or upload them to our Facebook page. You can also share them to Twitter or instagram using the hashtag or keywords bundycup12. 

Good luck, and have a fantastic Melbourne Cup day! 

Who are you tipping for the 2012 Melbourne Cup?

This poll ended on 06 November 2012.

Dunaden - 10%

Americain - 9%

Jakkalberry - 1%

Red Cadeaux - 14%

Winchester - 2%

Voila IC - 1%

Cavalryman - 2%

Mount Athos - 9%

Sanagas - 1%

Ethiopia - 6%

Fiorente - 0%

Galileo's Choice - 7%

Glencadam Gold - 0%

Green Moon - 1%

Maluckyday - 7%

Mourayan - 0%

My Quest for Peace - 0%

Niwot - 2%

Tac de Boistron - 0%

Lights of Heaven - 9%

Precedence - 1%

Unusual Suspect - 0%

Zabeelionaire - 1%

Kelinni - 6%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Topics:  bundaberg, horses, melbourne cup, racing




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