Order of Melbourne Cup entries

Melbourne Cup entry order

Each year, the Melbourne Cup’s entry order becomes a major point of discussion among racing fans as horses vie for a start in the $8 million-plus race.

24 horses can run on the Melbourne Cup Field. Below are the runners who are nominated for the race and where they sit in the order of entry into the field.

2022 Entry order

The 2022 Melbourne Cup entry order will be published here and will be updated regularly closer to the Spring Carnival. You can see the latest odds and popular runners on our Melbourne Cup page.

Runners labeled v GREEN they are exempt from voting and are guaranteed a field seat.

Runners labeled v RED are excluded from the race due to injury or missing the race.

Runners labeled v BLUE he is unlikely to run in the race.

Runners marked with NP they did not pass the voting clause.

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Entry order for Melbourne Cup 2022:

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Order Horse Sex Age Coach Mass Penalty
1 NEPEAN POINT (IRE) H 5 Robert Hickmott 51 kg
2 DEAUVILLE LEGEND (IRE) G 4 James Ferguson 55 kg
3 GOLD TRIP (FR) H 6 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 57.5 kg
4 DUAIS M 5 Edward Cummings 55.5 kg
5 MONTEFILIA M 5 David Payne 55.5 kg
6 HOO YA MAL (GB) H 4 Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott 53.5 kg
7 ORDER OF KNIGHT (IRE) G 8 Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott 55.5 kg
8 LOFT (GER) G 5 Marcel Weiss 55.5 kg
9 NO FIGHT (IRE) G 6 Simon and Ed Crisford 55.5 kg
10 CAMORRA (IRE) G 6 Ben and JD Hayes 55 kg
11 ALEGRON G 4 James Cummings 53 kg
12 YOUNG WERTHER (NZ) G 5 Danny O’Brien 54 kg
13 STOCKMAN (NZ) G 6 Joseph Pride 54 kg
14 SHERAZ (FR) G 6 Chris Waller 53.5 kg
15 PERSIAN G 6 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 53.5 kg
16 LE DON DE VIE (GB) G 7 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 53.5 kg
17 BIG HOUSE (IRE) G 6 Chris Waller 53 kg
18 GRAND PROMENADE (GB) G 7 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 53 kg
19 TRALEE ROSE (NZ) M 6 Simon Wilde 51.5 kg
20 DAQIANSWEET JUNIOR (NZ) G 5 Phillip Stokes 53 kg
21 MOON FLARE M 7 Graham Begg 51 kg
22 NERVES NEVERVE (NZ) M 7 Michael Moroney 51 kg
23 ARAPAHO (FR) G 6 Bjorn Baker 52.5 kg
24 MANKAYAN (IRE) G 7 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 52.5 kg
25 CRYSTAL PEGASUS (GB) G 6 Chris Waller 52 kg
26 MIDNIGHT BLUE G 6 Danny O’Brien 52 kg
27 SMOKIN’ ROMANCE (NZ) G 6 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 51.5 kg 1.5 kg
28 MILFORD (NZ) G 5 Michael Moroney 51.5 kg
29 DURSTON (GB) G 7 Chris Waller 51.5 kg 1.5 kg
30 KINGDOM OF FLOWERS M 6 Anthony and Sam Freedman 50 kg
31 Emissary (GB) G 6 Michael Moroney 51 kg
32 RODRIGO DIAZ (GB) G 6 David Simcock 50.5 kg
33 SUREFIRE (GB) G 5 Chris Waller 50.5 kg
34 TYGERTIGER (NZ) G 7 Rob Blacker 50 kg
35 AMAZON M 4 Mick Price and Michael Kent (Jnr) 50 kg
36 THE LION KING (NZ) G 4 Annabel Neasham 50 kg
37 WYCLIFF (GB) G 6 Danny O’Brien 50 kg
38 INTERPRETATION (IRE) H 5 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 50 kg
39 KING OF THE CASTLE (IRE) G 5 Robert Hickmott 50 kg
40 LUNCIES (GB) G 6 Chris Lees 50 kg
41 NUMERIAN (IRE) G 7 Annabel Neasham 55.5 kg
42 INSPIRATIONAL GIRL (NZ) M 7 Danny O’Brien 53 kg
43 HINGE M 4 Chris Waller 51.5 kg
44 PROMISE AND DECLARE G 7 Danny O’Brien 54 kg
45 SERPENTINE (IRE) G 6 Robert Hickmott 53.5 kg
46 CHAPADA G 7 Michael Moroney 52.5 kg
47 SAN HUBERTO (IRE) H 7 Matt Cumani 51.5 kg
48 LAWYER (FR) G 8 Matthew Smith 50 kg
49 HARMYSIAN (GB) G 6 Clayton Douglas 50 kg
50 HEZASHOCK (NZ) G 5 Mick Price and Michael Kent (Jnr) 50 kg
51 HIGH EMOCEAN (NZ) M 6 Ciaron Maher and David Eustace 50 kg
52 JEKYLL’N’HYDE G 6 Simon Morrish 50 kg
53 MACRAME (IRE) G 6 Ben and JD Hayes 50 kg
54 THE PALE KING (FR) G 6 Michael, Wayne and John Hawkes 50 kg
55 SCHABAU (GERMANY) G 8 Robert Hickmott 50 kg
56 TEAM CAPTAIN (IRE) G 7 Matt Cumani 50 kg
57 THE GOOD FIGHT (NZ) G 8 Michael Moroney 50 kg

When will the Melbourne Cup entry order be released?

The order of entry for the 2022 Melbourne Cup will be published in September 2022.

What is the order of entry for Melbourne Cup 2022?

The Melbourne Cup entry order is a list that ranks all Melbourne Cup contenders according to their eligibility for entry. Entry order is the best way to determine a horse’s chances of making the final field of 24.

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