Happy Valley Track Spy, July 3


Video Replay Stars

Race 2 Number 7 Mischievous Sundae

You can put the pen through his last-start track and distance effort when, after jumping from barrier 10, he endured a three-to-five-wide trip throughout, understandably offering little in the straight and finishing a distant 11th place.


Prior to that, he was finishing close up and did run an eye-catching second place back in January, so give another chance here to improve in a moderate Class 4 contest.

Race 4 Number 3 Bulb Elite

Was sent around at ridiculously short odds last time out when having his first start for his new stable, Denis Yip’s yard. He led and gave a good sight that day, however racing first-up after a four-month spell, it appeared he needed the hit out after his run came to an end inside the final 200m, fading to fourth, 2 ¾ lengths astern.

It was a sound effort and racing second-up this week, he should strip much fitter and can be in the money.


Sectional Time Stars

Race 6 Number 10 Jenerator

Steps up to what should be a more suitable distance after a get back, run on last-start performance over 1200m where he flashed home the slickest (22.45 sec) for an eye-catching second. He should be landing his first Hong Kong win in due course.

Race 7  Number 12 Shining Ace

Rises to Class 3 where he looks more than capable of measuring up based on his last-start win when he produced the fastest last 400m in 21.83 seconds. There looks good speed engaged here for him to figure late.