ENGLISH handler David Oughton sends a strong team to Sha Tin tomorrow hoping that just a little good fortune may start to go his way. His horses have generally been running well and with normal luck there would have been a couple of winners over the last two meetings. Tomorrow Oughton has the likes of Quest For Gold, Assegai, Owners' Success, American Way and Solar Century all working in fluent fashion in the mornings, looking as if they are worthy of betting respect tomorrow. Quest For Gold contests a competitive Lusitano Challenge Cup, the sixth event on the eight-race card. But he will appreciate the drop in grade to Class Three plus the move up to 2,000 metres. Yesterday morning's final gallop from the barriers with stablemate, Face The Odds, confirmed he retains plenty of ability and he should be kept safe in the quinella and tierce pools. Stablemate Assegai contests the same race and there can be no doubt that his work has improved and he should benefit from the move to 2,000 metres. However, Oughton's brilliant stable jockey Mick Kinane opts for Quest For Gold. For the same race the Derek Cruz-trained Supreme Bright showed much more zest in his jump out yesterday morning and will relish the 2,000-metre trip. Don't leave him out. David Hill's Gladstonian had no luck in running last time and is another who has been working strongly for this feature event. Solar Century could well add value to tierce payouts in the tomorrow's second event down the straight 1,000-metre course. The trip may well be short of his best but he's going better at trackwork than at any stage of the season. Patrick Biancone's Wishing Well will be much more at home over this shorter trip. He has been impressing in the mornings for some time now, while Stephen Leung's Always There has also been pleasing in his work. Oughton's American Way is an improved type going into the third race and could well figure in tierce payouts, despite being drawn in barrier 14. But this is a pretty tough race with Leung's newcomer, Guts, the one they are all likely to come for. The Irish import has been one of the most impressive trackworkers over the last couple of months and there is likely to be a stack of money for him to make a winning debut. Any price over 3-1 would be fair value. Tony P. H. Chan's Lucky Sound has also been going well while Wong Tang-ping's Prince Emilio has trained on pleasingly since his first-up success the form of which has been franked by Action Time's facile win on Wednesday night. The Ivan Allan-trained Privilege has not stopped improving yet and must still be respected in the fourth event for which Peter Ng Bik-kuen's All Good has thrived since his battling last-start success. He's working with much more zest. Allan's Fortune Ring has also caught the eye in his preparation for the final event.