Inglis is calling for official expressions of interest from connections of potential runners to fill its slot in this year’s $13m The Everest.
Inglis was one of the 12 original slot holders form last year and has taken up the option of extending its Everest contract for a further year, ensuring it remains a slot holder until at least the 2020 running of the race.
Owners or trainers of Inglis graduates who are interested in competing in the 2018 The Everest are encouraged to express their interest by contacting Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster on firstname.lastname@example.org or 0419 610 809.
Expressions of interest are requested before close of business on Friday April 27.
Priority will be given to Inglis graduates that have paid up for an Inglis Race Series, past or present.
Ratings, recent form and preparedness for racing at an elite level in October will be key considerations when selecting the Inglis representative for the 2018 The Everest.
Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster is excited about again being involved in what is Australia’s most lucrative race day.
“The Everest instantly became a smash hit in its inaugural year last year and it’s something Inglis is thrilled to be involved with,’’ Webster said.
“There are many great sprinters racing around the world that have come through an Inglis sale ring, so to those out there who believe they have the right horse to represent the Inglis slot at Randwick on October 13, it’s time to talk.’’