All Odds & Predictions for Everest Carnival 2019 Race 7
The Everest Carnival 2019 is quickly approaching and many racing fans are expecting to win big. With $14 million on the line, racers are also chomping at the bit. Every year, horse racing fans and bettors flock to Randwick and Rosehill Gardens to watch this amazing race. After all, it’s not every day that Australian racing sees so much money change hands. Fans can watch the race on 19 October at 12:30pm through live broadcasts.
Since horse racing is so popular in Victoria, there are actually two events scheduled for the weekend. The other is the Melbourne Cup, which is allegedly unpopular for bettors under 35. An estimated attendance is sitting on 35 000, according to officials. The unique concept of the Carnival is a major draw as well, since investors can draw the card number for the horses on each race.
Barrier Draw Saddle Cloth Order
One key event for the race includes the Golden Eagle, with a prize pool of $7.5 million. Twelve horses will go head-to-head for the big prize over 1200 metres. Another race to consider is the Barrier Draw (Race 7), where twelve people (not horse owners) pay to nominate a slot for their chosen horse. Each slot is sold for $600 000. Slot holders can be made up of syndicates and an investor.
|1||Santa Ana Lane||2||$4.60|
|10||In Her Time||4||$26|
|12||Yes Yes Yes||9||$10|
Smaller races are also scheduled, but number seven is definitely worth betting on. These are the most well-known horses and the stakes are far better. So, we prefer to put our largest bets here and win some smaller ones throughout the rest.
Spring Racing Kicks Off with Everest Carnival 2019
Sydney is the place to be this weekend if you’re interested in racing. However, we know that staying home with blessed air conditioning is far more enjoyable. Fans can follow the Everest Carnival 2019 on ATC TV’s YouTube channel and on Racing.com.
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