Tony and Calvin McEvoy capped off their first season in their Ballarat stables with a hometown treble on Tuesday.
They saluted with Fetivus ($2.30 favourite) in The Haymarket Maiden, 1500m; My Boy Birmingham ($4.80) in the Porter Plant Class 1 Handicap, 1500m; and Vahash ($9) in the Hygain Winners Choice Benchmark58 Handicap, 1400m at the last meeting of the Ballarat Turf Club season.
The McEvoys completed their relocation fron Flemington to a new state-of-the-art complex at Sportsbet Ballarat in January.
Only the nearby stable of Ciaron Maher and David Eustace has prepared more winners at Ballarat meetings this season.
As well as anchoring the treble, Fetivus has played a role in edging Ballarat jockey John Allen a step closer to the Victorian jockeys premiership.
Allen is having to work hard to keep Jamie Kah at bay at the top of the table with six racing days left for the season.
He has moved to 142 wins, four clear of Kah.
Allen is maintaining a busy schedule in a bid to stay on front with seven rides at Sandown on Wednesday and seven on Cranbourne on Thursday, while Kah has not ridden since Saturday and does not have any rides over the next two days.
Maher and Eustace have won the BTC trainer's premiership after getting the money with The Mobot ($3.50 favourite) in the Hygain Winners Choice Benchmark64 Handicap, 1100m. This gives them 26 ahead of the McEvoys on 16, and Archie Alexander and Mick Price-Michael Kent junior on 12.