Punters react to Everest selling success and Championships hype

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THE Championships are just days away and the racing community is starting to hit fever pitch in anticipation of day one.

The Doncaster Mile headlines an action-packed first day of Championships action, and we have let the Twitterverse tell the tale of what should be a fantastic day of racing.

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Punters unsure which way the Doncaster will go heading into Saturday

The Doncaster Mile, for the first time in four years, looks to be a wide-open affair, but unfortunately for some punters – they were not smart enough to sign up and take advantage of our trusted online bookies and will have to wait to put a bet on the group one race.

In a wide open market, Le Romain is the $6 favourite heading into the group one race, but one Twitter user was quick to point out how badly it was torched last time out.

the people praise Racing NSW after all Everest slots are sold

After raising the eyebrows of the collective racing public, The Everest looks like it could be a potential success after all.

Following in the footsteps of the Pegasus World Cup – which was highly prosperous in its inaugural running earlier in the year – Racing NSW elected to sell slots to the lucrative race.

The Racing NSW boss took to Twitter to announce the news with his first ever tweet.

News on Wednesday that all slots across the three years of the race were sold, and Twitter users were effusive in their praise for the racing body.

One Twitter user even took the time to attack a Herald Sun journalist in the wake of the news.

Even the professionals jumped on the Everest bandwagon, claiming NSW is overtaking Victoria as the number one racing state in Australia.

We will take the wait-and-see approach before declaring Sydney as the premiere racing city in Australia, but the early signs are positive.

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