Inglis Calls For Expression Of Interest For GPI Racing Slot
Inglis is calling for official expressions of interest from connections of potential runners to fill its slot in this year’s AUS $14m The Everest, which was won by Redzel last two years by Redzel.
Inglis was one of the 12 original slot holders for the world’s richest race on turf and has taken up the option of again extending its Everest contract for a further year, ensuring it remains a slot holder until at least the 2021 edition of the race.
Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster is excited about again being involved in what is Australia’s most lucrative race day.
“The Everest has been a sensation from the outset and continues to grow and it’s something Inglis is thrilled to be involved with,’’ Webster said.
Meanwhile there are just three weeks remaining for interested parties eager to buy their own Everest slot for 2019 to officially register their interest.
Slot holder GPI Racing is selling its slot for this year’s edition of the world’s richest turf race, opening up a rare opportunity for an individual or corporation to join in the journey.
The successful bidder will be determined by the vendor (GPI Racing) at the end of the expressions of interest period, on the basis of what is the highest offer at that time.