Golden Slipper placegetter Tulip will represent Coolmore in The Everest, giving Lindsay Park three runners in the $10 million race while Clearly Innocent will run for Damion Flower’s group.
Coolmore opted not to bring three-year-old sprinter Caravaggio from Ireland but has a close connection with Tulip who is a daughter of its stallion Pierro.
The Lindsay Park team also has Redkirk Warrior and Vega Magic in the Everest on October 14 representing slot-holders Star Entertainment Group and Max Whitby respectively.
Flower chose Saturday’s Group Two Premiere Stakes third placegetter Clearly Innocent over the winner In Her Time.
The winner of the Group One Kingston Smith Cup during the Brisbane winter carnival, Clearly Innocent will be ridden by Hugh Bowman.
Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign, winner of the Group One Moir Stakes on her return on Friday night, has assumed $4.60 favouritism over Chautauqua who finished sixth in the Premiere and is now at $6.No tags for this post.