Classique Legend wins, results, live updates, tips, odds, race schedule, how...

Classique Legend wins, results, live updates, tips, odds, race schedule, how...
Classique Legend wins, results, live updates, tips, odds, race schedule, how...

After 12 horses battled for Everest, Classique Legend won the highly anticipated $ 15 million race at Randwick.

Bivouac and Gytrash crossed the finish line in second and third, while Trekking came fourth in the sprint.

After a competitive start, Classique Legend stormed forward for the last 100 meters.

Australian jockey Kerrin McEvoy has claimed his third Everest win after winning two races on Redzel.

“I had to come back behind Trekking to get a slot and then they went faster. I just had to drive my race, ”McEvoy told Channel 7 after the race.

“I looked up at the 600 and they were way ahead, they were gone. I thought, “Far out, when Nature Strip and the companions get back to their best, they’ll have to run down a bit.”

“My horse was given full credit with this covering and the soft time it started when I asked him. Soon after I was confident I would pick her up. It was a wonderful job. I am thrilled to get the horse across the line.

“It’s an incredible feeling to win someone else.”

Carmel Size, manager of Classique Legend, said: “He is irreplaceable to me. I love him so much. I’ve been obsessed with him since I saw him. That’s a great horse. We saw something special today. ”

The prize pool was increased to $ 15 million that year, and entrants were invited to a show at Sydney’s Royal Randwick.

Everest was the seventh race of the day in Sydney. For a full runner-to-runner preview of Everest, plus tips, odds, expert opinions and betting strategies, click here.

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1. Captivating

2. Akihiro

3. She is all class

4. Bacchanalia


1. Air Marshal

2. Depth that varies

3. Crackneck

4. Emilette


1. Purple Sector

2. Pancho

3. Just think

4. Missybeel


1. Forbidden love

2. Coziness

3. Elizabeel

4. Newsreader

Race 5 – 2.50 a.m.

1. I am

2. Double up

3. Man of Peace

4. Treat the truth


1. Trumbull

2. Outstanding

3. Lord Fox

4. Main candidate

RACE 7 (Everest)

1. Classic legend

2. Camping

3. Gytrash

4. Trekking

Race 8 a.m. – 4.40 p.m.

Race 9 a.m. – 5.30 p.m.

Race 10 a.m. – 6.10 p.m.


Champion jockey Glen Boss will rely more on instinct and feel than racing tactics and speed maps when working with Godolphin sprinter Bivouac on Everest.

Boss said he didn’t want to overcomplicate the process by trying to work through different racing scenarios in his head. Instead, he’d rather use his natural abilities and uncanny ability to adapt to all circumstances, reports

“Everyone has an idea of ​​how they’re going to ride their horse, but that can go wrong once they jump,” said Boss The daily telegraph Shortly after taking a brilliant Barrier Trial victory with the Golden Slipper hero Farnan on Wednesday morning in Gosford.

“I prefer to be more instinctive and get the feeling for the race.”

Boss said he’ll avoid rethinking if he drives Bivouac in the world’s richest turf race, and even the Barrier Draw, where Bivouac starts from Gate 10, isn’t a problem for the Hall of Fame driver.

“I have so much confidence in this ‘colt’, I know how good he is and I have to ride him appropriately – it’s not that difficult,” said Boss.

“I don’t make a lot of form for these big races because I understand the horses around me.

“I’ll go out there with Bivouac to put him in a position he’s comfortable. When the gates open, I’ll make up my mind what will happen. ”

Boss knows how to win big races better than most. He has ridden 91 Group 1 winners during his illustrious career, including three Melbourne Cups, two Golden Slippers, two Cox Plates and seven Doncasters.

He’s also the defending The Everest champion after winning on Crack Colt last year. Yes Yes Yes.

Boss said he identified two horses two months ago as potential The Everest competitors this spring – Bivouac and Farnan.

“During the winter, I followed Bivouac and Farnan very hard when my number one was picked for Everest,” he said. “You initially chose Hughie (Bowman) in the bivouac, but luckily it turned out that I was on horseback in Everest.

“I know what I’m down to – I wouldn’t trade it to be honest.”

Boss only had one ride on Bivouac for a stellar win in the Newmarket Handicap Group 1 at Flemington earlier this year.

Bivouac won that race on his second run after a break, and Boss said coach James Cummings had prepared the sprinter for Everest with a run-up this spring – his third for Classique Legend and Eduardo in The Shorts.


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