Seymour Racecourse is located off the Hume Highway in the State of Victoria some 62 miles North of the City of Melbourne.
  It is known that racing took place in the area as early as 1840, although the records do not show the positioning of the racecourse or any results. The first recorded meeting took place some 42 years later in 1882, administered by the Seymour Turf Club.


By 1900 the Club had been renamed to Seymour Racing Club. The highlight of the racing year is the Seymour Cup contested over 1600 metres each October.
  The latest running of the Seymour Cup was in October 2008. The 2008 winner was the 10/1 Aztec Smytzer defeating God's Hand and Dorabella. Previous winners were Lifes A Bounty in 2005, Thin and Crispy in 2006, and Correct Amoondo in 2007.


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