Giga Kick ruled out of Spring Carnival

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In a turn of events, the reigning Everest champion, , has been forced to withdraw from the highly anticipated $20 million Everest.

This unexpected setback is attributed to an injury suffered by the -trained superstar, a torn gluteal muscle, during the widely discussed Group 2 , a 1000m race held at Moonee Valley on September 9.

Unfortunately, Giga Kick's injury has dashed hopes of seeing the talented horse compete for the remainder of the Spring , leaving fans and enthusiasts disappointed.

Earlier this week, it was revealed that the four-year-old horse would not be participating in the , a 1100m race at Randwick, which was initially considered a crucial lead-up event for The Everest.

Furthermore, this development has left accomplished jockey without a ride for The Everest.

His previous associations with both and Giga Kick, both of which are no longer contenders, have left him searching for a new mount for the prestigious race.

Notably, Giga Kick, who was once the favoured contender with online bookmakers, holding the top position with odds of +350, will no longer be part of the event.

As a result, the Joe -trained horse, , has emerged as the new frontrunner in the betting odds, currently priced at +400 for The Everest.

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