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The Everest 2022 (Pre-Nominations)

1200m Race at Randwick Racecourse

Race Time: 5:00 PM
October 15, 2022
1. Nature Strip (S)
2. Mazu (S)
3. Eduardo (S)
4. Lost And Running (S)
5. Classique Legend
8. Masked Crusader (S)
9. In The Congo
10. Fireburn
11. Creative Force
12. Naval Crown
14. Elite Street
16. Sejardan
17. Best of Bordeaux
18. Big Parade
19. Amelias Jewel
20. Campanelle
21. Extremely Lucky
22. Forbidden Love
23. Entriviere
24. Snapdancer
25. September Run
26. Roch N Horse
27. Golden Pal
28. Overpass
29. Rothfire
30. Coolangatta

The Everest Information

The Everest is Australia’s richest race as well as the richest turf race in the world and is held at Randwick racecourse in New South Wales each year.

The Everest (1200m) boasts a total prize pool of $15,000,000 and is at weight for age conditions for all horses who must pay a $600,000 entry fee to race.

The Everest 2022 will be run on October 15, 2022 at Randwick racecourse.

The field limit is 12 horses with the race introduced to lure the best International sprinters from around the world.

Nature Strip wins The Everest 2021

The Everest Slots

Connections who wish to enter into The Everest will need to secure a slot. In the races inaugrial year slots were sold at $600,000 per year and required a three year commitment from purchasers.

Despite there being some skepticism from racing enthusiasts all slots for the 2022 The Everest were sold well prior to the race.

Slots for The Everest are trade-able commercial instruments meaning they can be sold, joint ventured or leased at a time prior to a nominated race entry date.

The Everest Prize Money

The Everest is not only Australia’s richest race but the richest turf race in the world. The 12 runners of the 2019 The Everest will race for a staggering $14 million in prize money.

The winner of The Everest will collect over $6 million while the connections of the runner up and third placed horse will also take home over $1 million in prize money.

Prize Money Breakdown


1st $6,050,000 2nd $2,140,000
3rd $1,240,000 4th $900,000
5th $680,000 6th $450,000
7th – 14th $400,000 Equine Welfare Fund: $140,000

The 12 slots sold will make up $7.2 million of the prize money while the remaining prize money will be raised by other revenues generated from the race meeting.

The Everest Form Guide

The weight-for-age sprint is expected to attract the worlds best sprinters and form lines from all over the globe.

The form guide for the 2022 The Everest will take into account lead-up runs, track & distance records and the barrier draw. Given the race will be run at Randwick Racecourse we will also look at horses who have performed at the venue in the past.

The weight-for-age TJ Smith Stakes is a 1200m race run at Randwick which will also prove to be an ideal guide. The 2017 TJ Smith Stakes was won by Chautauqua.

The Everest International Runners

While the field for the 2022 The Everest is currently unknown it’s expected to attract many of the best sprinters from across the globe.

Canterbury Park Racecourse is a fully equipped racecourse with state of the art training facilities. Canterbury Park will also act as a dedicated  quarantine centre for international horses in the lead up to The Everest.

The Everest Field

The field for the 2022 The Everest race has been decided pending any late injuries to any of the selected horses with slot holders determine their horses.

Below is a list of the current horses who have secured a 2022 The Everest slot and their respective slot holder.

Slot Slot Holder/Runner
1 James Kennedy /
2 Aquis Farm /
3 Yu Long Investments /
4 Inglis /
5 Coolmore /
6 Godolphin /
7 Star Casino & Arrowfield /
8 TAB /
9 Chris Waller /
10 Bon Ho /
11 Max Whitby /
12 James Harron Bloodstock /

How can i bet on the The Everest?

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When is the The Everest?

The The Everest 2022 will be run on Saturday, October 15 at Randwick racecourse. The scheduled start time for the race is to be determined.

What time is the The Everest 2022?

The The Everest 2022 will be run at a time to be determined on Saturday, October 15 at Randwick racecourse.

Where is the The Everest 2022?

The The Everest 2022 will take place at Randwick racecourse on Saturday, October 15.

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The Everest Replay


The Everest Winners

  • 2021: Nature Strip
  • 2020: Classique Legend
  • 2019: Yes Yes Yes
  • 2018: Redzel
  • 2017: Redzel

The Everest News

    • Babe to launch spring raid in Missile Stakes

      Belluci Babe will be on a mission to reaffirm her emergence as a serious sprinter, and stake her Everest claims, when she kick-starts her spring in the Group 2 Missile Stakes at Randwick. The mare enjoyed a breakthrough autumn, winning the Wenona Girl Quality and finishing fourth in the Group 1… Read More »

    • Watch 📺 Anamoe, Eduardo impress in Warwick Farm trials

      Anamoe continued his path towards a first-up run in the Group 1 Winx Stakes later this month with a trial win in Sydney on Friday. The James Cummings-trained star scored a long-head win over Angel Of Truth in a 1000-metre trial that also included Group 1 winners Cascadian (third), Profondo (fourth) and Duais (seventh). It… Read More »

    • Team Price begin the Everest Countdown

      Count De Rupee will be out to woo the Everest slot holders when he takes on a handy Missile Stakes field, and he won’t be the only member of his stable vying for a slice of the Everest pie this spring. Trainers Luke and Robert Price also have classy mare Jamaea waiting in… Read More »

    • Love ready for Missile strike

      Triple Group 1 winner Forbidden Love heads a field of 12 for the first Group race of the Sydney season, which could provide an early Everest preview. Connections of both Forbidden Love and Saturday’s Missile Stakes rival Count De Rupee have flagged their interest in an Everest appearance and get an opportunity… Read More »

    • Should there be more Everest pathways?

      Trainer John O’Shea would love to see more options for horses on The Everest trail. With confirmation this week that Lost And Running will again represent the TAB’s slot in this year’s The Everest, trainer John O’Shea has begun to plot his course towards the spring showpiece. And it has prompted the… Read More »

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