Billed as the world’s richest race on turf, The Everest features 12 of the best sprinters duelling over 1200m at Randwick for $14 million, while Melbourne hosts the iconic Caulfield Cup over 2400m. Check out the latest information on The Everest including how to bet on the race and how you can watch The Everest live.
The Everest 2020
The Everest Betting
The Everest will once again be the subject to some of many big bets. It’s not uncommon to see bets as big as $50,000 placed on the The Everest.
While many big bets are placed on the race, it’s also the subject to many bets placed by recreational punters who often will only bet one one or two races a year. The Everest sits alongside the Melbourne Cup as one of the main betting races each year and for this reason alone it attracts interest from many people who don’t usually bet on horse racing.
If you’re betting on The Everest there are many option available. The most popular markets to be into include win bets, place bets, each-way bets, and exotic bets.
The Everest Bet Back
Being one of the biggest betting days on the racing calendar it’s no shock to see the biggest online bookmakers heavily promote a range of bonus bet offers.
Online bookmakers such as Sportsbet, Ladbrokes, Crownbet and Neds will often offer a range of promotions that will attract both regular punters and those who like to place one or two bets each year.
These offers will often include money back promotions, allowing the user to get their stake back if their horse runs 2nd, 3rd or even 4th.
While other popular promotions will see bookmakers offer big Bet Back when they join and deposit small amounts. For example, in the past Ladbrokes offered a $100 bonus bet when you signed up to their website and deposited $10.
How to watch the 2020 The Everest
Channel 7 have the free to air rights to broadcast The Everest into Australian households. The broadcaster covered the full day of racing, including vision from the mounting yard and post-race interviews.
Other broadcasters such as Racing.com, Sky Racing 1 and 2 also broadcast The Everest on their channels.
If you can’t watch The Everest on a TV then you’re able to live stream the race for free on any desktop computer or mobile phone. To live stream The Everest simply join one of the leading online bookmakers such as Sportsbet, Ladbrokes or Crownbet and you can stream live racing straight from their website or apps.
How do I bet on the The Everest?
Looking to bet on the The Everest? Betting online is surprisingly easy. There are a range of bookmakers you can bet with including Sportsbet, Neds and Ladbrokes. Once you've selected an online bookmaker you'll be able to create an account and make a deposit in minutes! Once your account is set up you'll be able to browse all the The Everest markets and place your bet.