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The Everest 2020 Betting Tips

The Everest enters its third year in 2019 and it already is one of the country's most sought after prizes.

Worth a massive $14 million the world's best sprinters descend on Randwick in search of the Everest summit.

Check back closer to the race date for our detailed Everest betting tips.

The Everest 2020 Betting Odds

There are no odds available for the 2020 Everest.

Check back in the lead up to the race for a markets on the fourth iteration of the $14 million.

The Everest Bookie Offers

The Everest bookie offers are typically delivered by the bookmakers in the lead up to the big races.

The following online companies should deliver offers on this sprinting contest.

The Everest Free Bets

Online bookmakers are no longer allowed to offer free bets under state legislation, which means you are out of luck if you are after The Everest free bets.

The Everest History

The Everest was first run and won in 2017 and has changed the Australian racing scene since. 

With $14 million on offer via buyers purchasing 12 slots in the race, The Everest is a one-of-a-kind race in Australia held at Randwick every October. 

The richest turf race in the world, The Everest spots are purchased for $600,000 and the owners get to choose their runner. 

The owner and trainer of that runner gets a significant cut if their horse is successful in the race. 

Both the 2017 and 2018 editions were won by star sprinter Redzel. The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained sprinter was one of the most popular sprinters in Australia and he took his career earnings through the roof with the two Everest victories.

The Everest Field

The Everest field will be finalised leading up to the mile race, most likely a week in advance of the race date.

Check back in early October for the complete Everest field.

The Everest Form Guide

The Everest is hard to assess because we never truly know who's running in the race until they are announced.

Redzel has won both races to date and his form would come through the TJ Smith Stakes during The Championships in the autumn.
Punters should look for the experienced sprinters which have good records winning at Group One level.

It’s a weight-for-age contest, but ironically the older horses are best suited given the race experience counts for plenty.

The Everest Results

Year
Winner
2019Yes Yes Yes
2018Redzel
2017Redzel

The Everest Live Streaming

Those want to experience the Everest live stream can do so by signing up at BetEasy.

BetEasy offers live streaming on all Australian thoroughbred races, including every race of the Sydney Spring Racing Carnival.

The Everest Fixtures

The Everest fixture can be found below.

Race 1: Victory Vein Plate 
Race 2: Class 3 Handicap 
Race 3: Reginald Allen Quality 
Race 4: Rating 100 
Race 5: The Kosciuszko 
Race 6: Sydney Stakes 
Race 7: The Everest 
Race 8: Craven Plate 
Race 9: St Leger Stakes 
Race 10: Rating 78 

The Everest Barrier Draw

The Everest barrier draw should take place in the days leading into the event.

Check back in the week leading up to the sprinting event for a look at The Everest barrier draw.

The Everest 2019 Result

1st - Yes Yes Yes
2nd - Santa Ana Lane
3rd - Trekking
Yes Yes Yes
Yes Yes Yes shocked the Everest field to take out the 2019 edition (Getty Images)

The Everest Bet Of The Day

Without acceptances it is hard to predict which way The Everest will line up.

Check back here when the field looks close to being settled for our The Everest bet of the day.

The Everest Social News

To get all the The Everest social news your best bet is the visit the Randwick social media channels.

Randwick Twitter account can be found at @RoyalRandwick while their Facebook page is at Royal Randwick.

The Everest FAQ

How to bet on The 2020 Everest?

To place a bet on the Everest you'll need to be signed up with an online bookmaker.

Bookies provide betting markets on the Everest ahead of the October feature.

Bookmakers also offer best tote and fixed odds markets in the week leading up to the $14 million race, so all you need to do is have an account with money deposited in and you'll be ready to wager on the Everest.

Who to bet on in the 2020 Everest?

The Everest is a sprint race that is a slot owned feature.

This means a person or organisation controls which horse they will run in the race. Recently the slot owners have declared which gallopers they will elect well in advance of the race day so we're not left scratching our heads looking at the betting markets.

For those looking for Everest tips, check our website in the week leading into the event. 

Best way to bet on The Everest?

Signing up with an online bookmaker to avoid the queues down at your local pub and club is the way to go.

These days you can deposit and bet from the comfort of your home with online bookies, which means all you have to do is sign up, credit your account and you are ready to go.

How to live stream The Everest?

Punters wanting information on how to live stream the Golden Eagle can do so by visiting our live streaming hub.

BetEasy has a partnership with Sky Racing to provide live vision of all Australian throughbred races, which includes The Everest.

When is the 2020 Everest?

The 2020 Everest runs on Saturday October 18, 2020.

How long is The Everest?

This sprinting feature is ran over the 1200m distance with a total prize pool of $14 million awarded.

Where is the 2020 Everest?

The Everest runs every year at Sydney's top venue, Royal Randwick racecourse. The stands have been packed for the first two runnings of The Everest and the fans should flock to the iconic venue for years to come.

What time is the 2020 Everest?

There has not been an official announcement on when the 2020 Everest will run, but our best estimate will be a mid-to-late afternoon, close to 4pm AEDT start time.

Who won the 2019 Everest?

Chris Waller-trained Yes Yes Yes won the 2019 Everest. 

What is the prize money for The Everest?

The Everest is not only Australia’s richest race but the richest turf race in the world. 

The 12 runners of the 2020 The Everest will race for $14 million in prize money, with the winner collecting $5.8 million.