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James Heddo looks at the historic day

The Everest will form part of one of the biggest races days in Australian history considering the Caulfield program on the same day.

James Heddo looks at the historic day

The Everest will form part of one of the biggest races days in Australian history considering the Caulfield program on the same day.

Redkirk Warrior winning the Bobbie Lewis Qlty
Redkirk Warrior winning the Bobbie Lewis Qlty Picture:Racing and Sports

He believes there will be more international focus in years to come.


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R8 RANDWICK 14 October 2017
The Tab Everest , 1200m
Race Synopsis: Redzel was quickly away and Kerrin McEvoy then eased him to settled outside Houtzen as that filly drove through from her inside barrier (one) to lead. Redzel then travelled comfortably a quite a quick tempo (first 600m in 33.90) before dashing clear nearing the 200m. He then fought back strongly to score a strong win in a time of 1:08.36, which was 0.10 slower than In Her Time ran in taking out the consolation race, the Sydney Stakes (1200m). Favourite Vega Magic was eased from his wide barrier (ten), settled in eighth place (three wide with cover), was under pressure on straightening, responded from the 200m and then ran on well to take a good second. Brave Smash was eased from the start by Jamie Spencer, was ninth early on before improving along the rails to be seventh at the home turn. He got a split going to second at the 100m and then fought on well for a good third. It was also an excellent ride by Spencer. Chautauqua settled in last place in the 12-horse field, Brenton Avdulla stuck to the rails at the home turn, improved to eighth at the 200m and then came with a strong late run for an eye-catching (1.5 lengths) fourth. Tulip raced in tenth place, improved to fifth at the 200m after getting a good inside run at the turn and then held on well for (2.6 lengths) fifth. English was eased from her outside barrier (12), remained in second last place to the home turn and made good ground over the closing stages for (2.8 lengths) sixth, her difficult barrier proving costly.

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Horse
Age & Sex
Trainer
Jockey
WT
SP
 
1st  
3. REDZEL (AUS)
5yo Gelding
P & P SNOWDEN
KERRIN MCEVOY
58.5
$8.50
 
SNITZEL (AUS) - MILLRICH (AUS)
Triple Crown Synd (Mgr: C H Ward), Walfam No 2 (Mgr: B Walsh), Ten Players (Mgr: S J Fletcher), J N Allen, P Piras, V P Chau, T W Cheng, M R Waddington, Mrs A Gibson, Dr A Kuok, J W Medland, T Kocovski, Mrs P Di Marco, L Halloran, M E Hardwick, B D Playford, D Yates & A Savage
Jan 14, 2014 Gold Coast Yearling Sale, $120000, TRIPLE CROWN SYNDICATIONS, NSW
 
2nd  
2. VEGA MAGIC (AUS)
5yo Gelding
D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
CRAIG WILLIAMS
58.5
$4.75
 
LOPE DE VEGA (IRE) - ADMIRABLE (AUS)
H W Daly, G E Daly
3rd  
8. BRAVE SMASH (JPN)
4yo H
DARREN WEIR
J P SPENCER
58.5
$21.00
 
TOSEN PHANTOM (JPN) - TOSEN SMASH (JPN)
 Australian Bloodstock, Mt Hallowell Stud, Power Thoroughbreds, G Kairouz, Carty Racing, Walker Racing, A Brogan, D Butcher, Platinum Breeding & Racing, Dr P Goel, D Canny, T Porter, T Ginnane, M Johnston, D O'Connor, B Shannon, Mrs K Davis, Mrs K Davis, Mrs K Cicciarelli, Brave Smash, A Bates
4th  1. CHAUTAUQUA (AUS)
7yo Gelding
MICHAEL & WAYNE & JOHN HAWKES
BRENTON AVDULLA
58.5
$6.00
5th  12. TULIP (AUS)
3yo Filly
D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
TIM CLARK
51.0
$51.00
6th  9. ENGLISH (AUS)
5yo Mare
G WATERHOUSE & A BOTT
BLAKE SHINN
56.5
$9.00
7th  11. HOUTZEN (AUS)
3yo Filly
TOBY EDMONDS
J LLOYD
51.0
$17.00
8th  5. CLEARLY INNOCENT (AUS)
6yo Gelding
KRIS LEES
HUGH BOWMAN
58.5
$13.00
9th  6. DEPLOY (AUS)
5yo Gelding
GERALD RYAN
JOSH PARR
58.5
$16.00
10th  4. REDKIRK WARRIOR (GB)
6yo Gelding
D & B HAYES & T DABERNIG
REGAN BAYLISS
58.5
$11.00
11th  10. SHE WILL REIGN (AUS)
3yo Filly
GARY PORTELLI
COREY BROWN
51.0
$5.50
12th  7. FELL SWOOP (AUS)
6yo Gelding
MATTHEW DALE
TYE ANGLAND
58.5
$81.00

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