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Pressure eases for Everest-bound Redzel

Co-trainer Paul Snowden has revised Redzel's plans after the in-form sprinter secured a start in the $10 million Everest through James Harron Bloodstock's slot.

Pressure eases for Everest-bound Redzel

Co-trainer Paul Snowden has revised Redzel's plans after the in-form sprinter secured a start in the $10 million Everest through James Harron Bloodstock's slo

Redzel winning the Concorde Stakes
Redzel winning the Concorde Stakes Picture:Racing and Sports

Redzel Horseform has avoided a trip to Melbourne for the Group One A J Moir Stakes after securing a start in the $10 million Everest.

Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden Horseform originally planned to take the five-year-old Doomben 10,000 winner to Moonee Valley for the 1000m weight-for-age feature on September 29 as part of the auditioning process for The Everest.


By securing the slot held by James Harron Bloodstock for the October 14 showpiece sprint at Randwick, Saturday's Shorts will round out Redzel's race day preparation.

The $2.40 favourite for the Group Two Shorts (1100m) after an impressive comeback in the Group Three Concorde Stakes on September 2, Redzel's selection also enhances The Everest (1200m) prospects of four remaining candidates on the Australian Turf Club shortlist.

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