Win It All ready to produce the goods

PUBLISHED : Monday, 13 January, 1997, 12:00am
UPDATED : Monday, 13 January, 1997, 12:00am

It has been a difficult season for local trainer Peter Ng Bik-kuen who has not had too much go right for him so far.

But you can't keep a good man down and Ng has shown racegoers on a number of occasions that, given the right horse, he will do the job.

A certain Quicken Away testifies to that.

Yesterday, his lightly raced Irish import Win It All, ridden by Danny Lee, was noted staying on well into fifth behind Ring The Cabin in the second event - and he looked a likely future winner in the process.

It is the second time the son of Polish Patriot has gone into the notebook this season and he should help Ng to a better second half of the season.

Champion trainer Ivan Allan has a tremendous record when it comes to uncovering unraced horses - either ones he buys himself and sends to other trainers around the world, or ones he buys specifically to race in Hong Kong Yesterday, his Cream looked a lovely, big and strong type prior to the opening griffin event, where he was ridden by Basil Marcus.

He was far from fully wound up, so he did well to stay on very promisingly into fifth behind Bumper Storm. LCW