The Everest: The Richest Horse Race on Grass Could Get Richer

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“We want to keep innovating, if you don’t innovate you perish,” he says. “If you stay complacent and think people will come, they won’t.

“You’ve got to look for new things and you’ve got to look for things that the younger generation can engage in.

“I think racing right around the world, not just Australia, has missed one or two generations and we don’t want to be making that same mistake again.

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