Kerrin McEvoy wins 3rd Everest in a row on Classique Legend scooping $15million prize
Classique legend has taken out the world’s richest turf race, professing a $6.2million share of the $15million dollar prize pool.
The Everest was first launched in 2017 at Sydney’s Randwick and has already founded by itself as one of horse racing’s most prestigious functions.
Coming is a distant 2nd was Bivouac followed by Gytrash in 3rd.
The Les Bridge-trained Classique Legend sprinted brilliantly from midfield with jockey Kerrin McEvoy at the reigns, to assert the 1200-metre thoroughbred race.
It is the third Everest victory for the environment-course jockey Kerrin McEvoy.
The veteran horse trainer who has also received a Melbourne Cup and a Golden Slipper for the duration of his adorned career.
The Everest was initial released in 2017 at Sydney’s Randwick and has previously established alone as 1 of horse racing’s most prestigious gatherings.