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September 7, 2010RACING Minister Rob Hulls will thank workers at New Zealand's Te Papa Museum for preparing champion racehorse Phar Lap's skeleton for its journey across the Tasman to commemorate the Melbourne Cup's 150th anniversary.The skeleton will be flown to Melbourne next week after the museum agreed to loan it to Melbourne Museum, where the racehorse's hide is on display.

It will be the first time the skeleton has travelled abroad since 1933.The National Museum of Australia has rejected a request for Phar Lap's heart to be loaned

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