Damion Flower Searching For Everest Runner

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slot holder Damion Flower is considering his options with his chosen runner English out of the $13 million race.

The Kelly family, owners of the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained mare, have decided to give her a spell after she was found to be lame following a jump-out at Randwick.

English finished last of four runners in Monday's hit-out and Racing NSW chief veterinary surgeon Toby Koenig subsequently diagnosed her as grade 1/5 lame.

Her stablemate Invincible Star is also battling to make it to at Randwick on Saturday week with Koenig assessing her as 3/5 lame after examining her on Monday.

Greg Ingham's holds the slot currently occupied by Invincible Star.

is expected to announce on Wednesday which horse will run in its name with connections pulling the pin on after his failure in Friday night's Group One won by Viddora.

Trainer believes Viddora deserves a slot but so far he has been unable to negotiate a suitable deal.

The -trained and Shoals, who ran one-two in Saturday's , are $7 equal favourites for The Everest alongside the Gerald Ryan-trained Trapeze Artist.

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