Tony McEvoy was pretty much just showing off last Saturday. He took two runners toSportingbet Park (Sandown) and they ran the quinella in the richest race of the day, the$250,000 Inglis Premier, reports

But that’s not it. He had just three other stable members go around, two of which won and another who ran second.

So from five starters, in three different states, on the biggest day of the racing week, McEvoy had three winners and two seconds (one of which was runner-up in a race he won anyway).

It was the continuation of what can only be described as a dream run for the dual-state trainer - McEvoy has stables at regional venues in South Australia and New South Wales - in the past fortnight.

He also prepared a dual-state treble the previous Saturday, when he won two races at Morphettville and one in Sydney.

WATCH: Stoker beat stablemate Manhattan Blues in the Inglis Premier




Add to that a double at Gawler on 4 February and, heading into Thursday’s meeting at Hawkesbury where he has three runners, McEvoy has prepared eight winners from his past 18 starters.

McEvoy has runners in three states again this Saturday, including four runners at Caulfield.

And if he keeps up his recent strike-rate it will be happy days for followers of the stable.

McEvoy’s shortest-priced runner at The Heath is Affirmation, who is a $6 chance in Race 7Big Memory is an $11 chance in Race 5Mouro is at $16 in the day’s feature - the Orr Stakes - with Prince of Capers a $31 chance in the opening event.

McEvoy has Alpine EagleBegor I’m Sure and Lucky Lucky Lucky engaged from races five through seven at Morphettville and Last Wish engaged in the second event at Randwick.