High-profile trainer Tony McEvoy says he won’t have enough hours in the day this week to organise his ever-expanding team.

“You could say there are not enough hours in the day to manage everything,” McEvoy told Racing Network on Tuesday.

McEvoy has runners at Canterbury on Wednesday, Hawkesbury and Orange on Friday, Randwick, Ballarat and Morphettville on Saturday and Strathalbyn on Sunday.

“Talk about a busy time,” he said.

Perhaps his key runner all weekend will be Sysmo contesting the $200,000 Ballarat Cup on Saturday.

“I took him home to the Barossa after his run in the Plate on Melbourne Cup day and he has trained on really well,” he said.

“I watched him work earlier this week and he has trained on beautifully,” McEvoy added.

Sysmo was beaten a nose on Melbourne Cup day over 1800-metres by Atacamo, beating home Pheidon, and McEvoy now feels the horse is ready to step up to 2200-metres on Saturday.

“I think it’s a really good race for him and he should go to it at his top.”