McEvoy is planning to take the pair to Sydney for their next start on December 15 in the $500,000 Inglis Nursey (1200m) at Royal Randwick. THE EARLY OIL: SANDOWN HILLSIDE TOP TIPS: WEEKEND BEST BETS SADLER CHARGED WITH IMPROPER CONDUCT McEvoy said they need to get prizemoney to get into that field and that’s the reason why he selected the 1000m two-year-olds’ race to start their careers. After that, McEvoy is eyeing Australia’s feature two-year-olds’ races, the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield on February 24 and the $3.5 million Golden Slipper Stakes at Rosehill on March 24, with the pair. Last year She Will Reign won the Inglis Nursey before going on to win the Golden Slipper. McEvoy said he had a huge opinion of the Snitzel colt Logan River, who won a Cranbourne trial last Monday. “I think he’s a quality colt who’ll just keep getting better,” the trainer said. “It will take a good horse to beat him or, as he’s a big, heavy horse, he might get bogged down on the heavy conditions.” Tony McEvoy has high hopes for Logan River and Sanctimonious.Source:AAP McEvoy said he also had a big opinion of Sanctimonious, who also won a trial at Cranbourne on Monday, but didn’t think he was “as sharp” as Logan River and would need more ground. McEvoy is also looking at major races with his other runner, three-year-old colt Vinland in the Spicer Thoroughbreds (1600m.) “I showed my opinion of him when I raced him second-up in the Sandown Guineas, where he ran a great race but found the task too much as he tired in the closing stages,” he said. McEvoy is hoping Vinland will win on Saturday and then he plans to freshen him up and bring him back to try and emulate stablemate Hey Doc by winning the Australian Guineas. The trainer said Hey Doc had recovered from the injuries he received on the walker when another horse got into his carousel and hurt him, which caused him to miss the Darley Classic last month. McEvoy said he would train Hey Doc in the same fashion as he did before he won the Manikato Stakes by walking and swimming him as he did after the Makybe Diva Stakes. Hey Doc will resume in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington on February 17. McEvoy said his smart