The Royal couple, who are due to wed in May, will be in Sydney for the Invictus Games which start on October 20. The Everest is run at Royal Randwick a week earlier so it may fit into Prince Harry’s schedule to be in Sydney for the world’s richest turf race. SUNDAY RACES: BEST BETS AT NEWCASTLE, GRAFTON It would be a promotional and marketing coup for Racing NSW and Australian Turf Club if Prince Harry and Markle were at The Everest meeting. Just a thought. Meanwhile, Racing NSW is already in the planning phase for next year’s Everest and is hoping to have another world famous entertainer perform after the last race following the success of the Jason Derulo concert at the inaugural Everest meeting. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be in Sydney for the Invictus Games in October. Could they fit The Everest raceday into their schedule?Source:AP No short turnaround RACING NSW stewards would have ordered the withdrawal of Silent Agenda from the juvenile opener at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday if the colt’s late scratching was not announced about an hour after the 7.30am deadline. Silent Agenda had made his race debut at Canberra on Friday, finishing only sixth, and stewards expected the youngster to be withdrawn early Saturday morning. After the scratching deadline had passed, stewards then tried repeatedly to contact trainer Edward O’Rourke before finally getting confirmation the two-year-old was out of the Rosehill race. Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel. Picture: Jenny EvansSource:News Corp Australia Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel said with regard to horse welfare stewards would have eventually ordered Silent Agenda’s scratching. “We would not allow a two-year-old to run twice in two days — unless there were very special circumstances,’’ Van Gestel said. This got At The Track thinking when was the last time a two-year-old raced twice in 24 hours and it might not have happened since 1975 when Tommy Smith’s brilliant filly Flaunting won twice in successive days at Randwick in the two days immediately after Christmas. ***** THE stewards inquiry into Blake Shinn’s ride on minor placegetter Star Sensation at Rosehill on November 25 is likely to