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Yes Yes Yes 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes retired

    Star colt Yes Yes Yes has been retired with a tendon injury ending his career. The winner of the $14 million Everest in the spring, Yes Yes Yes was found to have heat in his near foreleg on Saturday morning. While the injury is not considered too serious, veterinary advice… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes’ immediate future uncertain

    Chris Waller will wait for the results of veterinary tests this week before making a decision on the immediate future of The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes. The colt missed a scheduled exhibition gallop at Randwick on Saturday after inflammation was discovered in his near foreleg. Waller immediately notified stewards… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes injury sees futures betting suspended

    Star colt Yes Yes Yes will undergo a thorough veterinary examination on an injured leg before he returns with betting suspended on his upcoming races. Trainer Chris Waller had planned to give the Everest winner a race day gallop at Randwick on Saturday but that was canned when the colt… Read More »

     
  • The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes to gallop at Randwick

    Group One winning stablemates Yes Yes Yes and Kings Will Dream will add further star power to the Expressway Stakes meeting when they gallop together between races at Randwick. Glen Boss will be reunited with The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes on Saturday after Nash Rawiller warmed the saddle in… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Nature Strip wins star studded trial easily

    Triple Group One winner Nature Strip has cruised to a barrier trial win at Warwick Farm as he ramps up preparations for his return. Nature Strip easily led Tuesday’s 900m-heat on the course proper and went to the line hard-held under James McDonald. White Moss was second throughout and just… Read More »

     
  • The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes set for return

    Star stablemates Yes Yes Yes and Nature Strip will oppose each other in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm before most likely going on separate paths. Trainer Chris Waller has overseas ambitions for both with Nature Strip slated to contest the Group One Lightning Stakes in Melbourne first-up with the… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller preparing new stars for autumn

    After another stellar year as Australia’s leading Group One trainer, Chris Waller is well underway with plans for more at home and abroad. Well into the post-Winx era, Waller will ramp up the preparations of several top class performers in coming weeks including Everest winner Yes Yes Yes and triple… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes unlikely to start in Coolmore Stud Stakes

    Champion trainer Chris Waller is expected to rely on Accession in the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes with Everest winner Yes Yes Yes likely to head for a spell or contest the weight-for-age Darley Sprint Classic. Fellow trainer Peter Snowden says he is leaning towards keeping impressive last-start winner California… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes now worth a conservative $50 million

    Coolmore Australia’s Tom Magnier estimates Yes Yes Yes to be worth a conservative $50 million after blitzing Australia’s best sprinters in The Everest at Randwick. The international conglomerate bought into the three-year-old in the lead up to the Golden Slipper and while he could not win that race, he made… Read More »

     
  • The Everest – What the jockeys said

    A three-year-old has tamed the world’s best sprinters in the richest race on turf. Find out what the jockeys made of their mounts after the $14 million TAB Everest (1200m) at Royal Randwick. Glen Boss (Yes Yes Yes): โ€œI feel electric. I donโ€™t know what to say. My body is… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes wins The Everest

    Yes Yes Yes has upstaged his more experienced rivals to win the $14 million Everest at Randwick. The only three-year-old in the world’s richest race on turf, Yes Yes Yes unwound down the middle of the track to beat Australia’s best sprinters, including runner-up Santa Ana Lane. Yes Yes Yes… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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