THREE promising horses from New Zealand were introduced to Hong Kong racing yesterday and all will be winning soon. Admiralty Fortune flashed home for fifth behind Green Supreme in the sixth event and is crying out for more than 1,200 metres. There is stamina from the dam's side as well as the sire so watch for this one in trips of a mile and beyond. As trainer John Moore in Sydney reflects on an excellent day's work, he will also know he has a good one in Seven Glory who ran a solid third in the day's opener. With good form behind him in New Zealand, Seven Glory was backed in to 7-2 but found established campaigners Active Luck and Jharna just too good on the day. Ivan Allan produced Magic Fingers who could end up having even more scope than Seven Glory. With just one overseas run behind at Hastings, it is all ahead of Magic Fingers and his debut fifth to Happy Occasions is a solid foundation for the future here. Meanwhile, Winning Blossom finished a quite excellent fourth in the Kukri Trophy after just one previous run so he was taking on quite exalted company and was certainly not disgraced.