The decision to conduct the draw in private on Tuesday morning, hours earlier than expected, was made by the thoroughbred racing industry body to "circumvent any security risks".
A plan to project a racing advertisement on the famed sails of the Sydney Opera House has sparked controversy in Australia.
The government's decision came after a top radio "shock jock", Alan Jones, urged the Opera House's boss to resign or be sacked for objecting to the promotion.
Brisbane-based outdoor operator, Goa, has dived into the controversial debate over Racing NSW's upcoming use of the Opera House as a billboard.
"I don't believe my words or actions qualify as those of a bully or a misogynist but there are clearly many people who do", Jones said on 2GB.
More than a thousand protesters armed with smartphones and torches gathered in response to the government's decision to project the barrier draw for The Everest onto the icon's shells.
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"We don't really have any expectations other than what I mentioned - having a bit of fun with our audience", he said.
"It will be kept secure until it is released to the public on the Opera House tonight".
Luckily for Jones, as it turns out, NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is a gutless Jones puppet can caved in immediately, overturning the actual documented rules of the Sydney Opera House so that Jones' pals could get their way.
More than 300,000 people have signed a petition protesting the promotion, while the NSW National Trust has questioned whether the move was legal. "They've even called for the sacking of the Opera House manager who told them where to get off. Let's remind Alan that the Opera House truly does belong to everyone, by supporting Louise Herron's staunch defence of one of our city and country's few instantly recognisable heritage landmarks".
"The use of the Opera House for the commercial advertising of this event is a completely unsatisfactory and is an inappropriate use of this significant heritage place", council chair Stephen Davies said in a letter to the premier on Tuesday. The guidelines have always been stretched in the part and the commercialisation of the Opera House has always been there.