"After winning last year's Manikato Stakes, fan-favourite Hey Doc will be eyeing off the G1 William Reid Stakes under lights at The Valley."
A dual Group 1 winner, Hey Doc is set to achieve great things this Festival of Racing.
Off the back of a dominant win in the G1 Manikato Stakes last spring, his trainer Tony McEvoy realised the five-year-old is an out-and-out sprinter and has since made the decision to restrict him to the elite short-distance races this preparation.
We can expect to see the crowd favourite contend in races like the Black Caviar Lightning and Newmarket Handicap, before a potential trip to Dubai for the Al Quoz Sprint on World Cup Night.
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After relocating from his native Northern Territory to Victoria, Ethan Brown is quickly rising up the apprentice ranks and is a jockey to keep an eye on.
After winning the Caulfield Guineas at 100-1, the incredibly-photogenic Mighty Boss will be targeting the Australian Guineas on March 3.
There wasn't much that Tony McEvoy didn't achieve in 2017, taking home Group 1 wins in the Manikato Stakes and the Australian Guineas.