Farnan Injured in Lead Up to The Everest

Co-Trainer Adrian Bott has informed Racing NSW Stewards that star colt and The Everest runner Farnan has been injured, and will miss Saturday’s Roman Consul Stakes (1200m).

Farnan was found to have bruising to his off-fore foot, and is mildly lame in that foot, and has been treated with anti-inflammatory medication.

Bott advised Racing NSW Stewards that they are hopeful the situation will improve quickly, and that the three-year-old would not miss any work, and will still be on track for The Everest.

Watch: Farnan’s last start in the Run To The Rose.

Farnan is a $17 chance for The Everest.

Author: Will Guest

From Muswellbrook to the Melbourne Cup, Will is mad about all things racing and sport. Spent countless hours in the backyard as a child pretending to be Glenn McGrath, and has been known to get deadly late swing with a taped tennis ball.

Related News: Track Manager Spills the Beans on How The Valley Track Will Play!, James McDonald Ready for Cox Plate with ‘Airborne’ Ride, Mare can complete McEvoy's grand slam set, 2020 Cox Plate Vet Checks: Armory Passed Fit, Magic Wand Out, COVID-19 makes 2020 Plate like no other