Another honour for Hey Doc

Outstanding four-year-old Hey Doc is Australasia’s top-rated four-year-old.

The Tony McEvoy-trained Group One winner has been given a Timeform rating of 118 to head the current list.

Second is the Chris Waller-trained Foxplay on 117 then New Zealander Jon Snow from the stable of Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman on 116.

Hey Doc is a four-year-old bay gelding by the stallion Duporth out of Heyington Honey.

Being a winner at Group One level and amassing $1,145,900 in career earnings, Hey Doc is regarded as an elite class of racehorse.

On March 4, 2017 at Flemington, Hey Doc, ridden by Luke Currie, scored his most significant win in the $750,000 Australian Guineas, defeating Prized Icon.

He has proven a profitable horse for the punters over the journey. If you had backed Hey Doc throughout his career you'd have achieved a 107% return on investment.

Hey Doc is a true McEvoy-Mitchell success story.

McEvoy picked him out as a yearling at the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in 2015 and paid $85.000.

The four-year-old raced well when fourth to Vega Magic in the Group One Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield last Saturday. Vega Magic is the highest-rated Timeform galloper for five-year-olds and over.

McEvoy said Hey Doc would now run in the weight-for-age Group One $750,000 Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m) at Flemington on September 16.


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