Zoushack nominated for Royal Randwick on The Everest Day after trial win

Zoushack set to race at Royal Randwick on The Everest Day after trial win

Promising David Hayes trained colt, Zoushack, is set to race in the 1000-metre, $125,000 Victory Vein Plate, this Saturday, The Everest Day, at Sydney’s Royal Randwick after winning its latest barrier trial at Warwick Farm on Monday morning. This Saturday, Randwick hosts the second running of the ‘world’s richest race on turf’ – The Everest. Four runners in the prestigious event are trained by the miRunners trainers, Kris Lees (3) and David Hayes (1), while miRunners trainers Bjorn Baker and Gai Waterhouse / Adrian Bott have horses running on the day. Zoushack’s sire Zoustar has already in 2018 excitingly sired…

The History Of Geelong Racecourse

The Geelong Racecourse is one of Victoria’s major regional horse racing venues. The current racecourse dates back to 1908. The annual Geelong Cup is held at the course every October, as well as a number of other race meets through the year. The Geelong Racing Club was formed in 1866, holding their first meet on January 18 1866. February 23 1872 saw the first Geelong Cup held at the Marshalltown course. RELATED NEWS: Belong to Geelong In 1907 it was decided to relocate the Geelong Racecourse and Geelong Showgrounds to their current site on Breakwater Road, East Geelong. The first…