The Everest Field 2023
Sydney’s Royal Randwick hosts the world’s richest race on turf on October 14 over 1200m. History will be made as twelve of the fastest horses compete for a slice of the Aus$20 million in prize money.
The Everest field is set at 12 runners, for three-year-old’s and upwards, under weight-for-age conditions, each runner is represented by stakeholders who purchase ‘slots’ in the field for approximately $2.1 million over a three-year commitment ($799,000 per year).
The most accomplished sprinters in Australia are usually snatched up quickly, but standout performers in the spring can put their hand up for late selection.
Those positions are able to be traded, sold, and available for joint venture or lease prior to the entry date. Six emergency runners are determined by an independent panel and selected from the ‘Everest Consolation’ Sydney Stakes (1200m), run at the same meeting. In the event of a scratching, the slot holder has the power to then select any of the six emergencies.
The field for the race is declared once all slot holders have confirmed their runners which has to be done by Tuesday 10am on race week. The barrier draw is conducted on the Tuesday prior to race day.
Trust Racenet as your premier source for the 2023 Everest field, including all critical information with daily horse racing news as it becomes known. For more in-depth information about each horse in The Everest field, check out the Racenet The Everest Horses page.
The Everest Field 2023 will be finalisied on October 10th 2023.
The 2023 Everest Slot Holders
Once the entire final is confirmed many punters will get in early and place their bets. Before confirming your bet be sure to take a look at our The Everest Betting information so you can feel more confident in the horse you are backing!
|Trackside Media||I Wish I Win|
|Newgate & GPI Racing||Think About It|
|Chris Waller Racing|
|Australian Turf Club||Overpass|
|James Harron Bloodstock||Cylinder|
|Max Whitby and Neil Werret||Private Eye|
|The Star & Arrowfield||Mazu|