The 2018 Everest will is set to capture the imagination of racing enthusiasts all over the world when some of the worlds best sprinters battle it at at Randwick. The Weight For Age race is run over 1200m and is worth thirteen million dollars in prize money, making it the richest turf race in the world,
Find out all the information on The Everest below including how you can live stream The Everest, the full field and barriers and how to get the best odds on the race.
What time is The Everest?
The 2018 Everest will be run at Randwick Racecourse on Saturday, October 13.
The race is scheduled to jump at 4:15 PM AEST.
How to watch the 2018 The Everest
Wondering how to watch The Everest? See our broadcast guide for the race below.
The Everest TV Coverage
The 2018 Everest will be broadcast live across a number of different television networks and is available for both free-to-air viewers and pay tv (Foxtel) subscribers.
Channel 7 have the right to broadcast all Victorian and South Australian races, allowing them to show the 2018 Everest live and free on Channel 7 and/or Racing.com (Channel 78).
Sky Racing 1 will also broadcast The Everest live for Foxtel subscibers.
How to Live Stream The Everest
If you can’t view The Everest on TV then there are a number of ways to live stream the race.
The best and easiest method to stream the race is to join one of the online bookmakers where you can stream the race for free.
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The Everest 2018 Field and Barriers
|1||REDZEL||Peter & Paul Snowden||Kerrin McEvoy||1||58.5kg|
|2||SANTA ANA LANE||Anthony Freedman||Ben Melham||9||58.5kg|
|3||LE ROMAIN||Kris Lees||Glyn Schofield||11||58.5kg|
|4||TRAPEZE ARTIST||Gerald Ryan||Tye Angland||6||58.5kg|
|5||VEGA MAGIC||David & B Hayes & T Dabernig||Damien Oliver||7||58.5kg|
|6||BRAVE SMASH (JPN)||Darren Weir||Hugh Bowman||4||58.5kg|
|8||U S NAVY FLAG (USA)||Aidan O’Brien||Ryan Moore||3||58kg|
|9||IN HER TIME||Kris Lees||Corey Brown||8||56.5kg|
|10||SHOALS||Anthony Freedman||Tim Clark||2||56.5kg|
|11||VIDDORA||Lloyd Kennewell||Joe Bowditch||12||56.5kg|
|12||GRAFF||Kris Lees||Brenton Avdulla||10||53kg|
|13e||CLEARLY INNOCENT||Kris Lees||0||58.5kg|
|14e||DOTHRAKI||Peter & Paul Snowden||0||58.5kg|
|15e||JUNGLE EDGE||Mick Bell||0||58.5kg|
|17e||OSBORNE BULLS||James Cummings||Tommy Berry||5||58.5kg|
The Everest Odds
It’s important to take a number of factors into account before betting on the 2018 Everest. Guarantee yourself the best odds by betting with the Best of 3 totes market.s
Fixed odds betting has it’s advantages, especially if you believe you’re getting a good price. The best alternative to fixed odds betting is finding a bookmaker that offers the best of 3 totes or the starting price.
The Everest Prize Money
The 2018 Everest is worth $13,000,000 in Prize Money. The winner of the race will take home $6,000,000 while the top 12 horses will all receive a share in winnings.
- 1st $6,000,000
- 2nd $2,100,000
- 3rd $1,200,000
- 4th $820,000
- 5th $600,000
- 6th $350,000
- 7th $300,000
- 8th $300,000
- 9th $300,000
- 10th $300,000
- 11th $300,000
- 12th $300,000
- Jockey Welfare Fund $130,000