Lifo has winning look

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 22 January, 1995, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 22 January, 1995, 12:00am

LIFO finished fifth in the fourth event and came home with bells clanging, lights flashing and a guarantee that this is a certain winner when the time is right.

It would have been impossible for the son of Danzatore to have been better advertised as a future betting proposition. He jumped well enough but slipped back through the field, came together with Jive Boy at the 700 metres and was then steadied at the top of the straight behind Cricket Lord.

He was not abused in the run home and finished very well. We undertake to back this for good money in the future - and you should do the same.

Lifo had needed the run when he finished a fighting third at his previous outing as he had missed a considerable amount of work. This run behind World Happiness will have taken nothing out of him and when he appears in a similar 1,800-metre event, he will take all the beating.

Super Goal won a Curragh maiden before export to Hong Kong and has taken a long time to get his act together.

Ridden by promising young maximum claimer Eden Cheung for Brian Kan Ping-chee, Super Goal finished third behind Surely Wonderful in the second event.