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The Everest 2022 Tips, Preview & Best Bets

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Last updated: 12 Oct 2022
Alex Marsh 12 Oct 2022
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  • The $15 million dollar Everest is the richest turf race in the world
  • This sprint feature is contested over the 1200m at Royal Randwick
  • Nature Strip is the early favourite
  • Preview, odds & tips are included below
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The Everest Tips
Nature Strip and Lost And Running clash in The Everest. (Getty)
 

The Everest is fast becoming one of the feature sprint races across the globe and worth $15 million, is the richest thoroughbred race in the world run on turf.
  • The Everest 2022 Field & Odds
  • The Everest 2022 Tips
  • The Everest 2022 FAQs

This is a one-of-a-kind race in Australia held at Randwick every October and slots are purchased for $600,000 with the owners choosing their respective runner.

At $2.15 via MoneyBall, Nature Strip is the favourite for the 2022 Everest.

The Everest 2022 Field & Odds

No.
Horse
Trainer
Jockey
Barrier
Weight
Odds
1Nature StripChris WallerJames McDonald1258.5kg$2.15
2Eduardo Joseph Pride Nash Rawiller 958.5kg $8.50
3Lost And Running (NZ)John O'Shea Hugh Bowman 758.5kg $7
4Masked Crusader Michael, Wayne & John Hawkes William Pike1058.5kg $12
5MazuPeter & Paul Snowden Sam Clipperton 1158.5kg $17
6Private EyeJoseph Pride Brenton Avdulla358.5kg $14
7OverpassBjorn BakerRachel King658.5kg $41
8IngratiatingJames CummingsGlyn Schofield458.5kg$51
9Joyful FortuneMark NewnhamTom Sherry158.5kg $67
10Shades Of RoseBjorn Baker Kerrin McEvoy856.5kg $41
11JacquinotMick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr)Damian Lane253kg$10
12Giga KickClayton DouglasCraig Williams553kg$19
13eForbidden LoveMichael Freedman

$101
14eApache ChaseDesleigh Forster

$201
15eKementariJames Cummings

$71
16eIn The CongoGai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

$126
                                                                                           
Odds courtesy of MoneyBall & correct at 12am on 13/10/2022.

The Everest 2022 Tips

The Everest 2022 Favourite - Nature Strip

The once enigmatic sprinter did Australia proud and brought back what racing fans down under love to see - giving the Poms a galloping lesson at Royal Ascot.

That 4.5 length King's Stand romp made it Group 1 win number nine for the son of Nicconi, who is back to defend his Everest crown at Randwick in 2022.

He showed no ill-effects from the overseas travel, with a strong victory via The Shorts on September 17 and he arrives here from that run.

With Shades Of Rose, Joyful Fortune and Eduardo all drawn to his inside, I'm going against the grain in regards to the wide gate, and saying it's a clear negative here.


The Everest 2022 Best Bet - Lost And Running

With a wide and searching effort for third, Lost And Running recorded easily the run (outside of Nature Strip) on return in The Shorts.

That performance had the John O'Shea-trained six-year-old as the one to beat in the Premiere Stakes on Oct 1, where he duly saluted.

Given he did hit the front a little early and isn't as comfortable on heavy going, the margin did flatter the likes of Masked Crusader and Mazu.

If Nature Strip is vulnerable with less favours on a hot tempo, then this is the other form runner with the gun map, that is ready to explode here.


The Everest 2022 Value Bet - Jacquinot

We saw a three-year-old in Yes Yes Yes take out The Everest in 2019, another son of Rubick who rolled some ageing sprinters in the process.

While Nature Strip has gone on to become world class, along this being a slightly stronger field, Jacquinot is also a more talented horse than Yes Yes Yes.

He's a more furnished galloper now, rolling spruik Godolphin colt Aft Cabin first-up, before a Golden Rose triumph over the Caulfield Guineas winner.

Freshened-up and back to 1200m, which is arguably his preferred trip, this Victorian ideally wants an upgrade on the current Heavy 8 surface.


The Everest 2022 FAQs

When is The Everest in 2022?

The 2022 Everest is scheduled to run on Saturday, October 15.

What is The Everest worth?

The Everest is worth $15 million in total.

Where is The Everest held?

The Everest is held at Royal Randwick.

What distance is The Everest?

The Everest is run over a distance of 1200 metres.

Who won the 2021 Everest?

Nature Strip won the 2021 Everest.

How can I live stream The Everest?

Visit our live streaming hub for all the information on how to live stream The Everest and all other Australian horse races.

  

Verdict

Nature Strip is a superstar and clearly the one to beat, but there's much more to this particular set-up/map then him simply loving a wide draw.

Lost And Running won't get a better chance to roll the champ, while three-year-old Jacquinot looms as the x factor.

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