DO NOT give up on Aim On Kris after his effort in the roughly run fourth event at Sha Tin last night. Aim On Kris got no sort of a run in the race otherwise he might well have been involved in the finish and it would be foolhardy to dismiss him on the strength of this unplaced effort. Aim On Kris has come up the ratings fairly sharply but he has basically mastered the rise and trainer Alex Wong Yu-on can get a win out of him in this grade. Likewise, Drifting Away is a certainty of a trip in this grade following an excellent first-up effort. Trainer Andy Leung almost pulled off a first-up win over 1,900 metres and this one will be so much better for the run. One to take note of is Bambi who had done virtually no work leading up to the first event where he went very well for a long way in the race won by Gagne Vite. Bambi has won only once in 22 starts but another success could be in the offing. This was his second outing of the season and he will come on from this. In Class Four Bambi will be a reasonable chance over a similar 1,400-metre trip. In the same event, bottomweight Easy Par showed up for some way under Basil Marcus and clearly has speed. He is also perched on the verge of Class Five where he could prove an attractive proposition over the longer Sha Tin sprint.