The Everest 2019

Saturday October 19, 2019

Ladbrokes Tip: The Everest horses that ran well make a good VRC Sprint Classic tip in Melbourne later in the spring

The Everest is one of the newest horse races in Australia and also the richest turf race in the world with a total of $14 million in prize money, up from the original $10 million on offer in the inaugural edition. It was run for the first time in 2017 on Saturday October 14 at Royal Randwick Racecourse – won by Redzel who successfully defended his title in 2018 – and now competes for attention with the Melbourne horse races around this time.

A weight-for-age sprint contested over 1200m, The Everest is now the jewel of the Sydney Spring Racing Carnival crown and is a Restricted race that does not hold black-type status. The $14 million prize pool sees it surpass the iconic Melbourne Cup  as the richest Australian horse race.

The everest betting and odds are available here at Ladbrokes Australia

The Everest run at Royal Randwick is worth a staggering $14 million in prize money in 2019.

The Everest is unlike any other race contested down under and entry into The Everest field comes at a colossal cost of $600,000 to connections. 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.

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. In 2017 the inaugural The Everest winner Redzel backed-up from a victory in The Shorts. Twelve months later Redzel improved on a lead-up fifth in the Premier Stakes to become a dual The Everest champion.

The Everest history was made in 2019 when the Chris Waller-trained three-year-old Yes Yes Yes beat the older horses in a new track record time.

After contesting The Everest race horses may continue onto the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival for Group 1 sprint targets including the Manikato Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley and the VRC Sprint Classic (1200m) run down the famous Flemington straight on the first Saturday of November during the Melbourne Cup Carnival.

Redzel (2017) became the first sprinter to do The Everest – Darley Classic interstate spring sprint double.

Each Sydney Spring Racing Carnival Racing NSW will also rename the $1 million Winners Stakes (1300m), held at Rosehill Gardens on The Golden Eagle Day in early November, in honour of The Everest winner. For the inaugural Winners Stakes race in 2019 the event will be known as The Redzel Stakes. The 2020 Winners Stakes will be run as the Yes Yes Yes Stakes.

The Everest Day also now features the addition of a $1.3 million Special Condition race – The Kosciuszko (1200m) – for NSW Country Trained Horses only.

The latest edition of The Everest ran on Saturday October 19, 2019 and was won by the Chris Waller-trained colt Yes Yes Yes. 

2019 The Everest Results

The Everest 2019 race results and full finishing order will be available below once the race is run and won on Saturday October 19, 2019 .

  • 1st: #12 Yes Yes Yes
  • 2nd: #1 Santa Ana Lane
  • 3rd: #5 Trekking

The 2019 The Everest results saw trainer Chris Waller win the $14 million feature as both the trainer and slot-holder of the star colt Yes Yes Yes who set a new track record (1:07.32) beating a field of seasoned sprinters including race favourite Santa Ana Lane (2nd) and the Schillaci winner Trekking (3rd).

Place # Horse Trainer Jockey Margin Br. Wgt. SP
1 12 YES YES YES Chris Waller Glen Boss 9 53kg $9
2 1 SANTA ANA LANE Anthony Freedman Mark Zahra 0.5L 2 58.5kg $5.50
3 5 TREKKING James Cummings Joshua Parr 0.9L 5 58.5kg $31
4 4 NATURE STRIP Chris Waller Tim Clark 1.3L 12 58.5kg $21
5 2 PIERATA Gregory Hickman Tommy Berry 1.6L 1 58.5kg $7
6 6 CLASSIQUE LEGEND Les Bridge Nash Rawiller 2.5L 8 58.5kg $18
7 8 ALIZEE James Cummings Hugh Bowman 3L 10 56.5kg $9
8 3 REDZEL Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 3.9L 7 58.5kg $13
9 10 IN HER TIME Kris Lees Brenton Avdulla 4.1L 4 56.5kg $21
10 9 SUNLIGHT Tony & Calvin McEvoy Luke Currie 4.4L 6 56.5kg $13
11 11 ARCADIA QUEEN Chris Waller James McDonald 4.6L 3 56.5kg $5F
12 7 TEN SOVEREIGNS (IRE) Aidan O’Brien Ryan Moore 5L 11 58kg $20

The Everest Race Info

  • Date: Saturday October 19, 2019
  • Track: Royal Randwick Racecourse
  • Distance: 1200m
  • Conditions: Weight-for-age
  • Status: Restricted
  • Prize Money: $14 million
  • First Run: 2017

The Everest Odds

The Everest betting markets are some most interesting of each spring racing season and odds on the world’s richest turf race are dominated by the star sprinters getting around at that time.

Some horses from international stables in The Everest betting markets may be unfamiliar to punters down under so doing the form on the race will be more crucial than ever. 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.

Group 1 winning sprinters out of the autumn features earlier in the year including Randwick’s Group 1 TJ Smith Stakes (1200m) dominate The Everest betting markets as the event is contested at the same track / distance as The Everest race during ‘The Championships’.

2019 The Everest Betting

The Everest 2019 betting featuring who’s who of Australian sprinters and The Everest odds will be provided below as soon as open. Runners confirmed in The Everest field feature heavily in all-in odds, while early spring performers that are dominating lead-up races are also being kept safe in early markets.

Betting on The Everest 2019 will be led by the year’s TJ Smith Stakes winner / placegetters and proven Group 1 sprint stars with good lead-up form.

The Everest Field

Entry into the spring’s The Everest field is via a hefty $600,000 payment from connections. There are 12 spots available into The Everest final field and each of those slots will be sold to interested owners. Those connections can then choose to trade their position in the world’s richest turf race or go into partnership with another owner who does not hold one of the original slots in The Everest race field.

The Everest field will attract an elite line-up of the world’s best sprinters from both local and international stables and a host of weight-for-age stars. Many horses that may have previously run in Melbourne spring sprint races may choose to shoot for the bigger prize money in The Everest field with $5.8 million on offer to the winner. Prize money is paid down to 12th so every horse in The Everest field comes away with stakes.

2019 The Everest Field

The official The Everest 2019 field and barriers will be made available below as soon as the 12 slots in the race are confirmed.

The 12-horse 2019 The Everest Final Field has been confirmed with barriers drawn on Tuesday evening at the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

The Everest field in 2019 features the likes of top-rated sprinter Santa Ana Lane drawn ideally in barrier two, The Shorts winner last time out Pierata with the inside alley that produced last year’s winner, Chris Waller’s former WA-trained mare Arcadia Queen also well-drawn in barrier three, the Schillaci Stakes champ last Saturday Trekking (5) and two-time defending winner Redzel (7).

# Form (Last 10) Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight Hcp. Rating
1 5161x514x2 SANTA ANA LANE Anthony Freedman Mark Zahra 2 58.5kg 120
2 13x5251x21 PIERATA Gregory Hickman Tommy Berry 1 58.5kg 118
3 15x2862x13 REDZEL Peter & Paul Snowden Kerrin McEvoy 7 58.5kg 118
4 18x1014x41 NATURE STRIP Chris Waller Tim Clark 12 58.5kg 115
5 4x41131x81 TREKKING James Cummings Joshua Parr 5 58.5kg 114
6 1131×23 CLASSIQUE LEGEND Les Bridge Nash Rawiller 8 58.5kg 110
7 111×5416 TEN SOVEREIGNS (IRE) Aidan O’Brien Ryan Moore 11 58kg 115
8 x111306x13 ALIZEE James Cummings Hugh Bowman 10 56.5kg 116
9 1x3113x531 SUNLIGHT Tony & Calvin McEvoy Luke Currie 6 56.5kg 116
10 39x372x16x IN HER TIME Kris Lees Brenton Avdulla 4 56.5kg 115
11 113111×1 ARCADIA QUEEN Chris Waller James McDonald 3 56.5kg 110
12 211x17x22 YES YES YES Chris Waller Glen Boss 9 53kg 96
13e 111x3621x1 BRUTAL (NZ) Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes TBA 0 58.5kg 112
14e x214x70x52 HOME OF THE BRAVE (IRE) James Cummings TBA 0 58.5kg 110
15e 3178447×32 CHAMPAGNE CUDDLES Bjorn Baker TBA 0 56.5kg 106
16e 415x2221x8 BRAVE SONG Peter & Paul Snowden TBA 0 58.5kg 105

The Everest Tips

The Everest betting tips favour proven Group 1 winning sprinters and those proven down under. The 1200m Randwick course gives the advantage to the locally-trained contingent so the Aussie horses in the mix dominate The Everest tips each season.

Because the event is a weight-for-age race the best of the season’s three-year-old stars also feature highly in betting tips for The Everest race. In 2019 Yes Yes Yes won The Everest as a three-year-old.

Keeping an eye on lead-up sprints both in Australia and overseas including England’s Royal Ascot carnival during our winter are also key The Everest tips.

2019 The Everest Tips

Our Ladbrokes’ insider The Everest 2019 betting tips and exotic race selections will be detailed in full below the week of the race so stay tuned for the sprinters to back and sack in the $14 million Sydney race feature.

Confirmed 2019 The Everest Horses

Below punters can stay up-to-date with the latest confirmed The Everest horses that have secured a slot in the 12-horse feature race at Randwick.


Trekking The Everest 2019 odds -

Trekking. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

  • Slot Holder: Australian Turf Club / Melbourne Racing Club
  • Breeding: Street Cry-Outdoor
  • Trainer: James Cummings
  • Owners: Godolphin
  • Prizemoney: $1,801,495
  • Career: 22: 9-2-3
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $21

The ATC and MRC co-hold a slot in The Everest 2019 and subsequently announced the slot would be filled by this year’s Group 2 Schillaci Stakes (1100m) winner at Caulfield on Ladbrokes Caulfield Guineas Day – one week before The Everest.

The Schillaci was won by the fast-finishing favourite Trekking and connections Godolphin, who also have a slot in the race filled by gun mare Alizee, confirmed the galloper pulled up well and would head to Sydney on the quick back-up chasing The Everest win in 2019.

In the 2018 The Everest field the Australian Turf Club (ATC) were originally set to be represented by Home Of The Brave who was scratched a week out due to an elevated temperature and replaced in the field by Osborne Bulls. Osborne Bulls went on to finish third and round on the 2018 The Everest trifecta. The ATC’s inaugural runner, Japanese-bred Brave Smash, also placed third in 2017. In May the ATC opened a formal Expressions of Interest both in Australia and aboard, widening their search to find a suitable and competitive racehorse.

In mid-July it was announced that the ATC would partner with their across-the-border rivals, the Melbourne Racing Club (MRC), as co-slot holders and the decision to link their slot with the Schillaci Stakes winner was made.


The Everest Horses and Odds -

Arcadia Queen. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: The Star
  • Breeding: Pierro – Arcadia
  • Trainer: Chris Waller
  • Owners: Peters Investments Pty Ltd
  • Prizemoney: $1,204,785
  • Career: 7: 6-0-1
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $5.50

Arcadia Queen is a three-year-old Pierro filly raced by WA’s prolific owner – breeder Bob Peters. She dominated the Perth Summer Racing Carnival in 2018 including winning the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) and now looks to frank that Perth form in Sydney over the spring.

Slot holder The Star had Shoals in the race last year with the four-year-old finishing second last. Arcadia Queen kicked off her The Everest 2019 bid in outstanding fashion with a first-up win in Rosehill’s Group 2 Theo Marks Stakes (1300m).


The Everest 2019 horses & odds -

Sunlight. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

  • Slot Holder: Max Whitby and Neil Werrett
  • Breeding: Zoustar – Solar Charged
  • Trainer: Tony McEvoy
  • Owners: Ms RC Parker, Mrs L Fung, Mrs IE Mitchell, Mrs KL Thompson, Mrs RJ Fletcher, Miss SR Fletcher, G1G Racing & Breeding, Qatar Bloodstock Ltd
  • Prizemoney: $4,655,950
  • Career: 19: 11-1-5
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $13

Sunlight is one of the leading hopes in 2019 The Everest betting, the Zoustar filly already a winner of over $4.65 million in prize money over her 19 start career. She is an 11-time winner and some of her biggest victories include the 2018 Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington over the Cup Carnival and the Newmarket – William Reid Group 1 double in Melbourne this autumn. Her last run that prep produced the third in the TJ Smith Stakes.

Sunlight ran a first-up fifth in the Group 3 Concorde Stakes behind dual The Everest champion Redzel. She was scheduled for a second-up run in the Group 2 The Shorts but was scratched from the race due to a Heavy-rated Randwick track. Instead, Sunlight ran in the Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m) at The Valley finished a brave third before a next-up victory down the Flemington straight in the Group 2 Gilgai Stakes (1200m) on October 5.


Santa Ana Lane The Everest Racing Odds -

Santa Ana Lane. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: TAB
  • Breeding: Lope De Vega (IRE) – Fast Fleet
  • Trainer: Anthony Freedman
  • Owners: William St Synd
  • Prizemoney: $5,288,836
  • Career: 35: 10-2-5
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $4.60 favourite

Santa Ana Lane is the richest prize-money earner so far confirmed as an Everest runner in 2019 and leads all-in betting on the race. Anthony Freedman’s gelding has amassed over $5.28 million to date and became a five-time Group 1 champion over ‘The Championships’ winning the TJ Smith Stakes by a runaway 3.5 lengths.

He is a genuine sprint star – officially rated the world’s best sprinter – with other elite level wins in races including The Goodwood in Adelaide and Brisbane’s Stradbroke Handicap. He was sixth in The Everest results last year due to a wet track and is out for redemption in 2019 being kept at home for the race over a trip to the UK for the iconic Royal Ascot carnival.

Santa Ana Lane was scheduled to run first-up in the Group 2 The Shorts but that was put on hold due to the rain-affected track. He instead resumed at Flemington in the Group 2 Gilgai Stakes (1200m) carrying a hefty 60kg to run a brave half-length second behind Sunlight.


Pierata The Everest Slot & Tips -

Pierata. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: Aquis
  • Breeding: Pierro – November Flight
  • Trainer: Greg Hickman
  • Owners: Mr G D Hickman, Mr R W Wilson, Mr W S Clegg, Dr G A Clegg, Mrs C E Clegg, Mr A A Gianesi, Mr A Merritt, Mr K B Ayton, Mr B R Turton, Mr M T Mathews, Mr C J Testa, Mr V Sikais, Steelies Racing, Mr T R Bonello, Mr J M Zammit, Mr M Aurisch, Mr A P Carney, Miss T A Powers
  • Prizemoney: $3,629,700
  • Career: 21: 8-6-2
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $5

Pierata is another multi-million dollar earner who has banked in excess of $3.6 million for connections. The well-bred Pierro stallion thrives at Royal Randwick where he won the Group 1 All Aged Stakes (1400m) over Osborne Bulls. Originally set for stud, Aquis opted to race on with this valuable entire for a shot at Australian racing’s richest race.

Aquis had the runner-up Trapeze Artist feature in the race last year after his All Aged Stakes success. Pierata won the Group 3 Sydney Stakes last year as a consolation on The Everest card in faster time than Redzel won the big feature. Pierata firmed in The Everest betting after an eye-catching first-up second to Redzel in the Group 3 Concorde Stakes carrying a hefty 60kg. He ran next-up in a depleted The Shorts field and enjoyed a half-length win.


Classique Legend The Everest Horse Betting -

Classique Legend. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: Boniface Ho & Carmel Size Racing
  • Breeding: Not A Single Doubt – Pinocchio
  • Trainer: Les Bridge
  • Owners: Mr KK Ho
  • Prizemoney: $917,000
  • Career: 6: 3-1-2
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $11

Classique Legend is the lightly-raced youngster of The Everest horses in 2019 having had just six starts to date. His strike-rate is outstanding with three wins for the grey including the Group 2 Arrowfield 3YO Sprint (1200m) in April over The Everest track / distance. He was the second horse to secure a spot in The Everest field despite having only debuted in February.

GPI Racing sold their slot to Classique Legend’s Hong Kong-based owners. Obviously an acid test for the horse, but his wins to date have produced blistering fast sectionals suggesting he has the speed to challenge the better-rated hopefuls. Also talks of a $7.5 million The Golden Eagle start in the inaugural running of the four-year-olds’ feature this spring.

Classique Legend ran an eye-catching second first-up behind Pierata in the Group 2 The Shorts (1100m) before his third when under a length off them in the Group 2 Premiere Stakes (1200m) second-up over The Everest track / distance.


The Everest Betting - In Her Time Odds -

In Her Time. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

  • Slot Holder: Inglis
  • Breeding: Time Thief – Hell It’s Hot
  • Trainer: Kris Lees
  • Owners: Orbis Bloodstock, Mr P J Brown
  • Prizemoney: $3,142,725
  • Career: 25: 9-4-3
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $26

In Her Time represents Inglis – who had Santa Ana Lane in the race last year – and the classy mare is looking to improve on her disappointing mid-field seventh to Redzel from The Everest 2018. She has enjoyed a second career Group 1 win since in February’s Lightning Stakes at Flemington and has strong Randwick form that includes a TJ Smith third last autumn. Is she going as well this season? Time will tell.

The mare was accepted for a run in The Shorts but withdraw before jump due to the Heavy track. Goes into The Everest fresh, but has a strong first-up record (8:5-0-1) so is still worth consideration.


Redzel The Everest Odds -

Redzel. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: Yu Long Investments
  • Breeding: Snitzel – Millrich
  • Trainer: Peter & Paul Snowden
  • Owners: Triple Crown Syndications, Ten Players, Mr JN Allen, Walfam No 2, Mr PS Piras, Mr VP Chau, Mr TW Cheng, Mr MR Waddington, Mrs AG Gibson, Dr A Kuok, Mr JW Medland, Mr T Kocovski, Mrs P Di Marco, Mr L Halloran, Mr ME Hardwick, Mr BD Playford, Mr DD Yates, Mr A Savage
  • Prizemoney: $15,693,500
  • Career: 35: 15-8-2
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $10

Yu Long Investments are again in The Everest contention after their 2018 success with the defending champion Redzel, giving Team Snowden’s incredible $15.5 million earner the chance at racing history with an Everest three-peat. A rising seven-year-old, Redzel hadn’t won a race since last year’s Everest but was back in winning form fresh defeating Pierata in the Group 3 Concorde Stakes. He will tackle the event third-up in the spring following the same path as the previous two seasons via the Concorde Stakes and The Shorts having run third in the latter under a length beaten. The champ firmed in markets to make history with a third The Everest success after his three-peat in the Concorde Stakes first-up.


Yes Yes Yes The Everest 2019 Horses & Odds -

Yes Yes Yes. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: Chris Waller Racing
  • Breeding: Rubick – Sin Sin Sin
  • Trainer: Chris Waller
  • Owners:Yes Yes Yes, Mr B F Sokolski, Mr B R Broomhead, Mr A Kheir, Property Heavyweights No 3, Ocean Five Racing, Mr R Smykowsky, Mr S M Thompson, Mr O R Jackson, Winning Behaviours, Mrs C M Hay, Mr M G Donegan, Mr T Mehmet, Mr W D Johnston, T W M Racing, The Golden Table, Mr T K Kinsella-Neijs, Ms S Inglis, Collins St Partners, Mr P Caputo
  • Prizemoney: $575,450
  • Career: 7: 3-3-0
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $10

Originally Chris Waller was to fill his The Everest slot with Perth expat Enticing Star. Owner-Breeder Bob Peters however opted to retire the mare after her flop in the Group 2 Golden Pendant. With Enticing Star heading to the breeding barn, Waller was left with a vacant slot that he subsequently filled with Yes Yes Yes.

Still taking a chance on one of his own in The Everest 2019, Waller announced three-year-old Rubick colt would run in the feature after a second to Bivouac in the Group 1 Golden Rose Stakes (1400m).

Last year the master horseman’s stable had the Darren Weir-trained Brave Smash in the mix. After his third in 2017 the galloper ran eighth in 2018. Waller will also be in 2019 The Everest contention as a trainer with star WA filly Arcadia Dream who joined his stables in June from Perth.


Ten Sovereigns: The Everest 2019 contenders.

Ten Sovereigns. Photo: Go Racing Ireland.

  • Slot Holder: Coolmore
  • Breeding: No Nay Never (USA)- Seeking Solace(GB)
  • Trainer: Aidan O’Brien (IRE)
  • Owners: Derrick Smith & Mrs John Magnier & Michael Tabor
  • Prizemoney: $939,575
  • Career: 7: 4-0-0
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $17

Breeding giant Coolmore pre-purchased their slot in the 12-horse field for the 2019 The Everest race but were one of the last to announce their representative, Irish racehorse Ten Sovereigns.

Coolmore were represented in last year’s event by the Aidan O’Brien-trained raider US Navy Flag who ran 10 lengths back ninth and O’Brien also prepares their 2019 hopeful. The entire has won four of his seven career starts to date including the Group 1 July Cup at Newmarket.

The Northern Hemisphere three-year-old needs firm ground to be a winning chance and will likely bypass the race if the track is wet with Coolmore having been disappointed with US Navy Flag’s efforts last spring on Heavy going.


The Everest Horses & Odds - Nature Strip -

Nature Strip. Photo: Ultimate Racing Photos.

  • Slot Holder: James Harron Bloodstock
  • Breeding: Nicconi – Strikeline
  • Trainer: Chris Waller
  • Owners: Mr R A E Lyons, Mr P D Harrison, Mr P N Kean, Mr S W Hansen, Mr G L Smith, Mr J P Van Duuren, Mr P J Balderstone, Mr K C Garland, Mr D J Mccluskey, Mr C A Bennett, Mr G D Dumesny, Mr F Giampaolo, Ms D J Mcshane, Mr D J Slocum, Mr T G Mchenry
  • Prizemoney: $1,879,285
  • Career: 18: 11-2-0
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $16

James Harron Bloodstock selected the Chris Waller-trained Nature Strip as their The Everest runner with the dual Group 1 winner a big hope at good odds in what will be a genuine sprint test.

The on-pace galloper will give the field something to chase as he did second-up winning Moonee Valley’s Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m). That was second-up off the fourth in the Concorde Stakes behind Redzel. Defeated a brilliant field in the Moir including Sunlight (3rd).

Vega Magic ran for Harron last year and finished dead last in the disappointing run of the race. This year will be Harron’s third The Everest appearance after his initial success in 2017 with inagural winner, Redzel.


Alizee Odds for The Everest 2019 -

Alizee. Photo: Steve Hart.

  • Slot Holder: Godolphin
  • Breeding: Sepoy – Essaouira
  • Trainer: James Cummings
  • Owners: Godolphin
  • Prizemoney: $2,471,550
  • Career: 22: 9-2-3
  • Latest The Everest 2019 Odds: $12

The final slot-holder 12-horse The Everest for 2019 was originally held by Damion Flower before the vacated slot went to Godolphin. Racing NSW forced Flower’s Jadeskye Racing to forfeit their slot due to his legal troubles.

Godolphin took their time announcing a runner but have opted to give the slot to powerful mare Alizee who beat Golden Rose winner Bivouac for the position. A triple Group 1 champion, Alizee will be ridden in The Everest by Hugh Bowman (of Winx fame). She goes into the race fresh with her latest runs being back in August. She won the Group 2 Missile Stakes at Rosehill fresh (with Bowman) aboard before a good third to Scales Of Justice over 1400m in the Group 1 Memsie Stakes at Caulfield when under a length beaten.

*Latest The Everest 2019 odds correct as of 15/10/2017

The Everest Form Guide

The Everest form guide is a punters’ best friend providing all the essential information on the 12 horses in the field including lead-up runs, track / distance records, jockeys and the all-important The Everest barrier draw.

Looking for horses with Group 1 wins on the record, international race experience, a stellar 1200m distance record, past Randwick wins in races like the autumn’s TJ Smith Stakes and weight-for-age performers on The Everest form guide are all important before placing bets on the $14 million event.

2019 The Everest Form Guide

A link to our comprehensive The Everest 2019 Form Guide will be provided for punters below the week of the race.

The Everest Results

The very first edition of The Everest ran on Saturday October 14, 2017 at Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney and the inaugural The Everest winner and race results were dominated by the Team Snowden-trained Redzel who went on to win Flemington’s Darley Classic next-up.

Redzel went on to repeat her stunning performance the very next year, winning The Everest in convincing fashion over an arguably much more talented field. The win saw Redzel’s career earnings  reach over $15 million across her four-year career.

Using The Everest results as a guide to later Melbourne Spring Carnival races is important for punters with the Darley Classic in November making a nice betting double with the lucrative Restricted race.

The Everest Winners

Year Winner 2nd 3rd Time
2019 Yes Yes Yes Santa Ana Lane Trekking 1:07.32(R)
2018 Redzel Trapeze Artist Osborne Bulls 1:12.03
2017 Redzel Vega Magic Brave Smash 1:08.36