Open to both Australian-trained and international horses The Everest is expected to become one of the most recognised and revered racing events held anywhere in the world.
During the spring racing season in Australia lead-up races into The Everest include Randwick’s Group 2 The Shorts (1100m) in September and the weight-for-age Group 2 Premiere Stakes (1200m) at the same track.
A key early lead-up race for contenders that impacts The Everest odds is the Group 2 The Shorts (1100m) held at Randwick in mid-September, which produced the very first The Everest winner Redzel (1st in 2017).
Horses that dominated the autumn carnival sprint races including the TJ Smith Stakes also feature highly in The Everest race odds in the spring.
Redzel (2017) became the first sprinter to do The Everest – Darley Classic interstate spring sprint double.
The next edition of The Everest runs on Saturday October 13, 2018 .
Only the richest racing horse owners will be able to buy their way into the event and The Everest field has a capacity of 12 starters.
Was ultra-impressive in the TJ Smith Stakes over The Everest track / distance beating the first ever The Everest champion Redzel by two lengths.
A stud career has been put on hold for the very valuable stallion prospect in favour of The Everest bid and a possible subsequent trip overseas. The Everest Odds: .00 In Her Time (Benjamin Smith): Newcastle-trained mare controversially missed out on a slot in the inaugural The Everest field instead winning the Sydney Stakes on the day in quicker time than Redzel took out the big one.
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