Caulfield Cup Live

Caulfield Cup Live 2019: Final field and barrier draw Caulfield Cup winner Best Solution also jumped from barrier 15. The barrier draw for the richest race on turf (The Everest) will be conducted tonight in Sydney.

Caulfield Cup 2019: Online Watch Live tv channel The Final Field a 2400m Group is slated for Saturday 19th October at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne massive day of racing around the country with Sydney also hosting Caulfield Cup.

The Caulfield Cup barrier draw was unkind to the leading chances but Chris Waller’s import Finche and Japanese star Mer De Glace are still the horses to beat.

Here is how CHRIS VERNUCCIO predicts where every runner will finish from first to last.

The Japanese raider has won his past five starts, three of them at Group 3 level. Yet to race beyond 2200m but his racing style should ensure he runs out the Caulfield Cup trip. He’s got the class to overcome a tough barrier.

  1. FINCHE

In superb form and has the early speed to cross over from the outside draw. If the speed is on he’ll be hard to run down.

  1. CONSTANTINOPLE

He brings excellent form from Europe with a win and four seconds from his five runs this year. The David Hayes import could emerge as the Melbourne Cup favourite if he runs well here.

  1. MIRAGE DANCER

The English import split eventual Caulfield Cup winner Best Solution and fourth placegetter Duretto at Newmarket last year. The only blot on his form was when he failed im Hong Kong.

  1. MUSTAJEER

Won the Ebor over 2787m last start, so could be better suited in the Melbourne Cup. But Kris Lees’ import has Damien Oliver on board.

  1. VOW AND DECLARE

Great return in the Turnbull Stakes but the soft tempo could leave him vulnerable late. Might need another run.

  1. THE CHOSEN ONE

Showed he can run a strong 2400m in his Herbert Power win last week. But he’ll jump from the widest barrier here and need all the breaks to win.

Caulfield Cup 2019

Caulfield Cup 2019: Online Watch Live tv channel The Final Field a 2400m Group is slated for Saturday 19th October at Caulfield Racecourse in Melbourne massive day of racing around the country with Sydney also hosting Caulfield Cup.

The 142nd edition of the 2,400 metre handicap race will have to compete with The Everest this time around, but shapes to be as exciting as ever. A glittering, ostentatious bonanza which has elevated New South Wales racing to the top of the tree? Or a gimmicky stunt race bloated by an obscene amount of cash, aimed at whipping up an

interstate rivalry that wasn’t really there in the first place?
The Final Field for the 2019 Caulfield Cup has been announced and we are set to go live with the barrier draw for the race from 6:15pm AEST. View the Field for the Caulfield Cup as well as the Barriers as they are announced below.

The 2019 Caulfield Cup is finally upon us.
Trouble is, those horses, in fact the top six in the race, have all drawn wide starting gates, from 13 (Mirage Dancer) to 21 (Mer De Glace). So how the race pans out will be both: A. Gripping; and B. Anyone’s guess.

Adding to the intrigue are horses who haven’t even made the field, exactly.

Prince Of Arran, a hero of last year’s Melbourne Cup and a great international stayer, is only the fourth and last emergency, needing four others to be scratched between now and race time to gain a run. If he does, he’s a good chance to win the thing.

And even the third-emergency True Self, though a rough hope with the bookies, is leading some to raise a quizzical eyebrow. She’s one of two mares in the race, has only had nine starts, has won four of them, and is trained by the very shrewd Irishman Willie Mullins, who’s always up to something.

Everest Horse Race Live

Everest Horse Race Live, Stream watch Online, is Australia’s richest race as well as the richest turf race in the world. The 2019 The Everest will be run on Saturday the 19th of October, 2019 That’s the premise of Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club’s Everest Race, dubbed “the world’s richest race on turf.

Everest Horse Race 2019 – Full Show, Watch Online TV Coverage

Everest Horse Race 2019: Watch A big crowd at Randwick will watch the richest race of turf on Saturday (AEDT) as The Everest returns for a third year. Race 7 of 10 on the Randwick card, on Saturday at 4:15pm AEDT. Everest will race for a staggering $14 million in prize money.

Everest Horse Race Live – Stream, Watch Racing TV Channel

Everest Horse Race Live, Stream watch Online, is Australia’s richest race as well as the richest turf race in the world. The 2019 The Everest will be run on Saturday the 19th of October, 2019 That’s the premise of Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club’s Everest Race, dubbed “the world’s richest race on turf.

Everest Horse Race 2019 – Start Time, Watch Online TV Everest Horse 2019 race: Online Watch Full time show Everything you need to know about The Everest 2019. The Everest will run as race seven at 4.15pm (AEDT) at Randwick on Saturday.

The Everest 2019 Horse Racing, Live Stream updates, start time The Everest Horse will be held on Saturday, October 19 at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, with races beginning at 12.30pm AEDT Santa Ana Lane remains the favourite for the $14 million Everest after drawing barrier two in the sprint at Randwick.

Race 9 of 10 on the Caulfield card on Saturday, at 5:15pm AEDT.

The world’s richest turf race will be staged in Sydney overnight Friday when a glittering array of talent scorches the six-furlong course at Royal Randwick in the third running of The Everest, which boasts a purse of AU $14 million, or $9.5 million in U.S. dollars.

TVG will broadcast live from Royal Randwick, where first post time is 9:30 p.m. ET, with TVG’s Candice Hare and Sky Racing World‘s Jason Witham trackside. The Everest goes at 1:15 a.m. ET Saturday.The Everest was modeled after Gulfstream Park’s Pegasus World Cup (G1), in which slots are purchased by owners and deals consummated for the best available horse to occupy them.

Despite being in its infancy, The Everest has quickly become a focal point of the Australian racing calendar and has generated tremendous publicity for horse racing Down Under. The post position draw is held at night, with the silks of each horse spectacularly projected upon the Sydney Harbour Bridge. This innovative promotion of this international event showcases racing in Australia and has delivered a fresh optimism into the sport’s future, as 78% of the 22,000 tickets sold last year were purchased by the highly coveted under-35 demographic.

The Everest

The Everest Horse will be held on Saturday, October 19 at the Royal Randwick Racecourse in Sydney, with races beginning at 12.30pm AEDT Santa Ana Lane remains the favourite for the $14 million Everest after drawing barrier two in the sprint at Randwick.

A big crowd at Randwick will watch the richest race of turf on Saturday (AEDT) as The Everest returns for a third year.
Pushed back one week to compete with the Caulfield Cup, the $14 million showdown will pit 12 racehorses against each other in a 1200m sprint, that’ll likely be all over in just over a minute.

Coolmore’s crack sprinter Yes Yes Yes will become racing’s $50 million colt if he wins The TAB Everest at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Trainer Chris Waller said The Everest has replaced the Golden Slipper as the nation’s most prestigious “stallion-making” race and Yes Yes Yes’s value will soar if he can win the world’s richest turf race.

Yes Yes Yes, the only three-year-old in the field for the $14 million The TAB Everest, has firmed form $11 to $9 for the big race since Tuesday night’s barrier draw on Sydney Harbour Bridge.

WHEN’S IT ON?

Race 7 of 10 on the Randwick card, on Saturday at 4:15pm AEDT.

WHERE CAN YOU WATCH IT?

At the course, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, or on Channel 7, Racing.com, or Sky Racing. Foxsports.com.au will have live news and updates, including video soon after the race.

The Everest Horse 2019

The Everest Horse 2019 race: Online Watch Full time show Everything you need to know about The Everest 2019. The Everest will run as race seven at 4.15pm (AEDT) at Randwick on Saturday. Australian Turf Club Weight for Age Thoroughbred horse race run over 1,200 metres.

The $14 million The Everest is here again on Saturday. This time, for its third running, it’s been pushed back a week, scheduled to go head to head against one of the great, time-honoured days of the Australian turf, Caulfield Cup day.

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A bumper crowd will be at Randwick for the minute-and-a-bit sprint, though it’s still not everyone’s cup of tea, particularly traditionalists.

They’ll point out that while the Melbourne Cup is worth little more than half The Everest’s prizemoney, you can’t buy prestige overnight.

And that the newborn screaming baby of the Australia racing scene doesn’t even have group status — the categorisation of Group 1, 2, 3 and Listed races distinguishing the best events from the rest, for posterity’s sake.

Indeed The Everest is a good bit like Sydney itself, the place a travel writer once famously described (in perhaps less PC times) as “a dumb blonde of a city” for its accent on sun-kissed outdoorsy frolicking fun.

You could compare things this way:

In Melbourne’s richest race, a field of 24 stayers grind for three-and-a-third minutes around an exhausting 3200-metre course in pursuit of first prize of $4.4 million (and mention among the names that have helped make the Melbourne Cup this country’s biggest, most enduring, most defining, cultural institution).

In Sydney, 12 sprinters dash around 1200 metres of Randwick for about 68 seconds, and one of them earns $6.05 million.

He has eased from $18 to $26 amid doubts about his ability over 1200 metres. One-time favourite Arcadia Queen is at $5.50 and starts from barrier three. Irish horse Ten Sovereigns will start from barrier 11 as he tries to give trainer Aidan O’Brien another international victory.

The barrier draw was conducted by Racing NSW stewards on Tuesday afternoon and revealed In a stunning light show with the the horses’ racing colours and barrier numbers projected on to the southern pylon of the Sydney Harbour Bridge.