Shove Over delivered his seventh-career-win for connections in the 1500 metre Same Race Multi BM70 Handicap on Wednesday at Caulfield, at the unveiling of the brand new Heath track.

3kg-claiming apprentice, Jaylah Kennedy, continued her brilliant association with the five-year-old Nicconi gelding, positioning Shove Over in the box seat from barrier two, Kennedy peeled off the back of the leader at the top of the straight and Shove Over was able to do his best work late to score by a head on the line.

Following his impressive win at Ballarat two starts back and an unplaced, but far from disgraced run in stronger grade last start at Flemington, it was great to see Shove Over put the writing on the wall again in metropolitan class.

Congratulations to the connections of Shove Over and all of the team at Moloney Racing!




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