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At Eagle Farm in 1962 Offender (Bill Welburn) and Grand Thrill (John Baker) dead heated for first with a neck to Wangaby (Colin O'Neill) and Wee Wha (Neil Birrer) who dead heated for third.

In the Alma Vale Nursery at Eagle Farm on May 27, 1961 Ivanhoe beat dead heaters Toi Port and Maspero by a nose.

The Scamp and Dalnair dead heated for first in the 1897 Stradbroke Handicap.

Joyance beat dead heaters The Painter and Little Bernie in the 1904 QTC Derby.

Dream beat dead heaters Spellman and Carapooe in the 1950 Doomben Cup.

Winfreux scored by a neck to dead heaters Todwana and Arcadus in the 1965 Doomben 10,000.

Magnolia Hall and Spring Thaw dead heated in the 1991 P.J. O'Shea Stakes. There was about a half length covering another six horses as they hit the line.

Red Shah and County Cashel dead heated for second behind Prince Gauntlet in the 1968 J.T. Delaney Quality (now the BTC Cup).

Golven beat dead heaters Regal Hunter and Rego Jewel by a neck in the 1968 Wattle Brae Stakes.

Plenty of Spirit (G. Farrell), Appollo's Flame (P. Warren), and Angula (W. Cullen) dead heated for first in an open handicap at Townsville on June 1, 1985. Buon Giorno and Regal Vision dead heated for first with a nose to Carrickatee Kid in an Eagle Farm Trial on January 29, 1972.

Bogan Castle and Redcliffe Prince dead heated for first with a half neck to Todland in the Tattersall's Club Handicap on June 24, 1972.

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