“It's nice riding these quality tracks,” Vorster said.
“I'm really enjoying these surfaces and obviously it's helping having these quality horses underneath.”
McEvoy praised Vorster for his coolness after being undecided prior to the race as to how it would be run.
“We didn't know how to map this race being the first time out to this trip,” McEvoy said.
“I left it to Barend, ride the horse where he's comfortable and we got back to last and I didn't think that was great, but he weaved his way through the field beautifully.”
McEvoy thought Vinco's race experience was crucial in the final stages as he ran out a half-neck winner over Power Scheme ($5).
“He's been a bit fussy and I've contemplated gelding him a couple of times,” McEvoy said.
“He's got a bit of upside, so we'll consider going to the Sires' in Adelaide now if he tells me he's got some more to offer.”