Slot Holder: INGLIS
Breeding: Lope De Vega (IRE) – Miss Barley
Trainer: Gordon Richards & Damien Moyle
Jockey: Jason Collett
Owners: Ms J Heaney, Mr C A Reynolds, Mr R M Warnock, Mr J M Baker, P N U, Mrs A J Charlton, Mr L J Clifford, Ms L Clifford, Mr S B Charlton, Dream To Win, Island Dreaming, Mr R B Jones, Ms V N Gordon, Mr W A Blythman, Mr G Blythman
The theme of Gytrash’s second shot at the TAB Everest is unfinished business.
Both trainer Gordon Richards and Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster used those two words to describe what their renewed pairing for the $15 million sprint pinnacle, run at Randwick on October 16, is all about.
Inglis and Gytrash are teaming up again for 2021 and Richards is confident his star can go two better than his third placing last year.
“I think the horse is still the same horse, we got so close last year and we need to finish it off,’’ Richards said.
“We think we have got a bit of unfinished business. Arthur (Inglis) and Mark and all the guys at Inglis were fantastic to us and the ownership group.
“The owners were rapt to be picked up by Inglis because we had a fantastic time.”
Inglis Managing Director Mark Webster said the South Australian sprinter took everyone on an amazing ride last year and is looking forward to attempting to go two better in 2021.
“We were thrilled to team, up with Gytrash last year and of course he did the company proud running third and winning the Yes Yes Yes Staes shortly after the Everest,” he said.
“We really do believe there’s unfinished business with this horse.
“We’re even more proud as we look at the Everest field as it stands today, the five horses that are locked in (Nature Strip, Masked Crusader, Lost And Running, Classique Legend and now Gytrash) are all Inglis graduates.”