Betting on the race was also suspended in the hours from when the draw was held until the results being projected amid fears of a security breach.
On Tuesday afternoon, Racing NSW suspended betting for The Everest horse race "to avoid any perceived integrity risk".
Late last week, Jones, whose program in syndicated on 4BC in Brisbane, called up Herron live on air, telling her she should be "sacked", for her opposition to the promotion.
Protester Joshua Richardson, 19, said he had no problem with the Opera House being lit up in the "right context" but said this illumination was "horrible".
"It will be kept secure until it is released to the public on the Opera House tonight".
A video was taken of the draw by Racing NSW stewards for audit purposes on Tuesday morning.
Hundreds of Australians flickered torches on Tuesday at the sails of Sydney's Opera House, aiming the light rays to disrupt horse-racing advertisements projected on its facade, in a protest against the use of the building to promote gambling.
The NSW government is facing a growing backlash this week after it ordered the Opera House to display a promotion for Racing NSW over the objections of the building's caretakers.
In a letter to the premier on Tuesday, the NSW Heritage Council said it was extremely disappointed with the government's decision and described the projection as "inappropriate".
In another letter sent to Greens MP David Shoebridge, Mr Davies said he was unable to issue a Stop Work Order because the planned projections by Racing NSW did not meet the legal definition of "harm" as there was no physical damage being done to the site. He cut her off immediately as she attempted to explain the heritage listing of the Opera House and then said he would be calling the Premier.
"Gave her a big talking to. you're allowed to project on there, that's the biggest billboard in Sydney, mate".
"I seriously doubt Alan would go to the trouble of getting in touch but you never know".
Alan Jones' mobile is probably running hot this morning after those naughty wags at The Chaser projected his phone number onto the sails of the Sydney Opera House alongside the caption, "Advertise here".