CHAMPION trainer John Moore's crack Irish import Adjareli takes his chance in tomorrow's Classic Trial after an excellent final gallop at Sha Tin yesterday morning. The gloom clouds which surrounded the Irish 2,000 Guineas runner-up after two miserable trials on the equitrack surface have been completely dispelled after two first rate gallops this week. 'I am very, very pleased. Adjareli is a lovely mover and he went really well on Tuesday morning and again this morning. It is in complete contrast to his trials on the dirt but I think we just have to say that he does not like that surface,' said Moore. Top South African rider Felix Coetzee rides Adjareli in the 1,600-metre Classic Trial, which is the main leadup race to the 1,800-metre Hong Kong Derby, worth $6 million, on February 25. He rode the horse in his work this week and reported to Moore that he was extremely happy with the way Adjareli moved. 'The jockey is convinced he will jump with them and run a good race in the Classic Trial. I have to say that I go along with that and I am definitely hopeful of a good run from him,' Moore added. 'He is not at his top just yet as you would expect. The Derby is the main aim and he will be 100 per cent on that day. 'Of course, we will not know until the Trial just how well he has adapted to conditions here. We were obviously concerned after the two equitrack trials because you expect a horse like that to show something and, basically, he didn't. But he looks a completely different proposition on the grass.' The Classic Trial could turn into a titanic struggle, although it is only the prelude to the Derby. Ivan Allan's exciting champion Mr Vitality returns to the fray after his efforts in the Group Two International Cup on December 10. Allan has also been timing Mr Vitality's return with the Derby very much in mind - although there is a question mark over the 1,800-metre trip. Patrick Biancone starts Deauville, who returned to form with a solid effort last time out, and the grey Glamorous Palace.