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McEvoy Mitchell RacingLatest News Under And Over wins impressively

Under And Over wins impressively

Under And Over landed some good bets in scoring easily on the Ballarat Synthetic on Monday, June 19.

From a general opening price of $5.50, Under And Over, trained by Tony & Calvin McEvoy, firmed to start the $2.70 favourite in the Pipe Pro Direct Drilling Maiden (1100m).

The two-year-old filly’s supporters had little cause for concern as she was always travelling well and dashed away to win by 2-1/4 lengths from Highlands ($7,50) with Written Bligh ($4.20) a neck away third.

Jockey Harry Coffey had Under And Over away well from her extreme outside draw and she was quickly up to settle outside the leader.

Once the pressure went on in the home straight, she drew clear to win comfortably.

Under And Over ran fifth on debut at Bendigo earlier in the month after a slow start on a heavy track.

Trainer Calvin McEvoy believes the daughter of stallion Overshare has a nice future.

“Well done to Wayne Mitchell, he is the owner of the filly,” McEvoy said.

“Well done also to Damon Gabbedy, we bought this filly out of the paddock at Spendthrift.

“She got it a little bit wrong on debut, we didn’t expect her to be so far back, but it was through being green.

“She has trained on well and it was nice to see her bounce out today and do that.”

McEvoy said Under And Over was still a bit wintery.

“She still has a way to go, she got a bit worked up in the yard but on raw ability she has got a fair bit of it.

“It was a pretty comfortable watch.

“We were a little bit worried she might miss the start again, she gets a bit frisky, but the outside gate helped because she wasn’t in there for very long.”

McEvoy said it had been a perfect ride by jockey Harry Coffey who also was impressed by the win.

“Under And Over was very well placed,” Coffey said.

“We drew a bad gate, but she offset it by being able to get across.

“She did a good job and won quite well.

“The McEvoy team have done a good job.”