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September 29, 2017

The Australian Turf Club has today announced the ‘Race in the Everest’ competition which will see ten on course patrons over the next two weeks win an owners experience on TAB Everest Day at Royal Randwick on 14 October and win a share in up to $120,000.

Five people will be selected on both TAB Epsom Day this Saturday, 30 September and Moët & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes Day on 7 October to join the Australian Turf Club and Australian Bloodstock in the ownership of Brave Smash for the world’s richest race on turf, the $10 million TAB Everest.

ATC CEO Darren Pearce said the exciting initiative aims to increase the involvement of the Club’s Members and social racegoers.

“The ‘Race in the Everest’ competition gives racegoers the chance to share ownership for the day in the ATC’s TAB Everest runner, Brave Smash and provides the perfect opportunity to showcase the unmatchable excitement of owning a runner in a $10 million race,” said Mr Pearce.

“The TAB Everest is shaping up to be a huge day for Sydney racing and we see this as a great way of involving our customers and sharing with them a unique raceday experience that very few will ever have the opportunity to be exposed to.

“Alongside quality Group 1 racing over the next two weekends, this is just another great reason to be trackside during the Sydney Spring Carnival.”

On top of a monetary prize, winners and their guests will be treated to corporate hospitality and a VIP owners’ experience on the race day.

To be eligible, contestants simply need to be on course at Randwick on TAB Epsom race day and SMS a code word found on in the race book and advertised on the big screen.

For full conditions, visit theATC.com.au

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