A new and improved King Of Scots has climbed his way into Class Two after nailing his fifth win for Andreas Schutz, and jockey Douglas Whyte has warned punters that he is not done with yet. 'Hasn't he improved, I remember winning on this horse in Class Four,' Whyte (pictured) said after the pair cruised to a 2 1/4-length win in the CUHK Alumni Handicap. 'I think the sting out of the ground helped him, but the bottom line is that Andreas has done a great job with him, he's become a solid horse all-round and I don't think he's done with yet. With a light weight in Class Two, I'm sure he'll be able to find another winnable race.' King Of Scots kicked clear of Joyful Winner II to chalk up an easy margin, giving Jockey Challenge winner Whyte his only win of a frustrating day, which included three seconds and two third placings.