Bidding is now open for Where there’s a Will jockey silks that have been signed by all twelve jockeys who rode in the inaugural Everest Race at Randwick last weekend.  The silks were worn by Cessnock jockey Robert Thompson during his winning ride on After All That in the TAB Everest race earlier in the day.

With The Everest set to become an institution on the Australian racing calendar, this set of silks signed by all jockeys from the inaugural race are expected to be highly sought after by collectors of Australian racing memorabilia.   Please share this link with anyone you think might be interested in making a bid:

The silks will be professionally mounted and framed with all proceeds from the sale to go to the Where there’s a Will foundation which is working to address significant mental health issues facing the community.

Bidding for the silks ends at 5.15pm this Friday, 27 October.  This will be just before the final race of the Australian Hoteliers’s Association fundraising race day for Where there’s a Will at Scone Race Club.

Our thanks to jockey Robert Thompson, trainer Rod Northam and Scone Race Club who have made all of this happen.