Everest Field and Barrier Draw

Tara Madgwick - Tuesday October 12

The field is set for the $15million TAB The Everest (1200m) at Randwick this Saturday and the running of Australia’s richest race will reshape the Australian General Sires List by earnings.

All of the runners are Australian bred sprinters bar Lost and Running, who carries the NZ suffix.

I am Invincible is the only sire with more than one runner in the $15million The Everest.

Half of the field are by stallions foaled in the Northern Hemisphere and the other half are by Australian bred sires with the most expensive stallion this spring, Yarraman Park’s I Am Invincible represented by two runners in Libertini, who is the only mare in the field and Home Affairs, who is the only three year-old.

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The all-important barrier draw was announced at midday on Tuesday at a function at the North Bondi Surf Club.

No. – Horse – Sire - Trainer – Jockey – Barrier
1 – NATURE STRIP – Nicconi - Chris Waller – James McDonald – 10
2 – CLASSIQUE LEGEND – Not a Single Doubt - Les Bridge – Kerrin McEvoy – 5
3 – EDUARDO – Host (Chi) - Joseph Pride – Nash Rawiller – 7
4 – GYTRASH – Lope de Vega (IRE) -Gordon Richards & Damien Moyle – Jason Collett – 1
5 – TREKKING – Street Cry (IRE) -James Cummings – Josh Parr – 4
6 – MASKED CRUSADER – Toronado (IRE) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes – Tommy Berry – 9
7 – WILD RULER – Snitzel - Peter & Paul Snowden – Tim Clark – 11
8 – THE INFERNO – Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) - Cliff Brown – Regan Bayliss – 12
9 – EMBRACER – Sebring - Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott – Jean Van Overmeire – 3
10 – LOST AND RUNNING –Per Incanto (USA) -  John O‘Shea – Hugh Bowman – 2
11 – LIBERTINI – I Am Invincible - Anthony Cummings – Sam Clipperton – 8
12 – HOME AFFAIRS – I Am Invincible - Chris Waller – Glen Boss – 6

THE FOUR RESERVE HORSES (in alphabetical order)
CHAT
KEMENTARI
SIGNORE FOX
STANDOUT
If one of the 12 runners is forced to scratch, the slot holder can choose between the four reserve horses.


 

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