TRAINER Wong Tang-ping is marshalling the remainder of his equine forces as he prepares for a final assault on the championship over the last six weeks of the season. The odds strongly favour leader John Moore but Ping, as he is known to all, is definitely not out of it. He usually manages a winner a meeting and a couple of blank days from the Australian could see the whole complexion of the title chase change. And Ping's Wednesday winner next week should come in the shape of Miss Piggy who is primed for a crack at the Class Two Kwu Tung Handicap on the Sha Tin turf programme. Miss Piggy worked in tandem with the lower grade Cutlass Perfection yesterday and looked in magnificent condition. The horse has been kept up for most of the season, but has had a short spell and that seems to have worked wonders. Certainly yesterday's work was of the highest class and was clocked in 1:15.6 with the final quarter in 24.5. Miss Piggy worked all over the top of his stablemate and is definitely set to make an impression in Wednesday's race. The same Wednesday race may come just a shade too soon for Turbo Star, who was given a good soundout by Eric Legrix. It was solid work and Turbo Star, timed in 1:24.6, is gradually improving and there may be a win in him before the curtain comes down. With the rainy season approaching, it would pay to keep a weather eye open for horses who act with cut in the ground. Financial Fortune falls into that category and he is coming nicely to hand as we enter the back end of the campaign. He ran quite well last time out which was his first after a break and Financial Fortune went well yesterday with stablemate Gold Concepts. It was exciting work with the pair timed in 1:20.4, the last quarter in a brisk 23.7 which spoke highly of the well-being of the duo. Local trainer Kenny Kam is in the final stages of his career, but he could have a winner before his enforced retirement on June 11. Make My Day has been knocking on the door and could find a suitable race soon, possibly the Class Four Pat Heung Handicap over 1,600 metres next Wednesday. Danny Lee stoked him up yesterday and went through a crisp hitout in 1:17.5. Make My Day seems in good heart and the distance is right for him. One horse who is really flying at the moment is speedster Gold Yue Yee. It is doubtful if the gelding has ever been in better shape, and certainly not this season. He went 1:18.5 yesterday for a riding boy and flew home in 23.1, looking as if he was relishing every half-second of the gallop. Radiant Sun, who did not have a lot of luck last time out, should shake the life out of the Classes Five and Six, 2,000-metre event on Wednesday's programme. He is certainly holding his form and was clocked in 1:20.2 yesterday with a riding boy up. It was solid, satisfying work and he goes in a very fit horse. The distance suits, he seems on good terms with himself and could end up taking all the beating. Kadbridge, a long-time inmate of the Lawrie Fownes stable, won his trial yesterday in good style and may be worth bearing in mind. Outsider II, who played up alarmingly on the way to the start, put that behind him to win his trial comfortably, but in a slow time. Fat City ran fairly and may be worth consideration.