GEOFF Lane and Darryll Holland have been enjoying a good season with a relatively small team which contains some of the most promising griffins in work. Their Bear Supreme won well at the first time of asking and was responsible for a tremendous trial on Tuesday morning. He will be winning more races. Cruise Cannon was the subject of very heavy support on his debut in the race won by Saint Tak last weekend after some attractive work. He found little off the bit, but do not give up on him as he sweated up beforehand and may have run his race before the gates even opened. But the one to really follow from the Lane camp is Orlando Magic who ran really well when a head second to Supernova down the straight 1,000-metre course when a paddock inspection prior to the race revealed that he would come on considerably for the run. He looked a bit burly that day, but since then his work has been first class. He was responsible for a brilliant jump out on Monday morning when showing blistering natural speed to lead the seasoned and very fast sprinter, All-Winners, from the barriers at the top of the back straight. And yesterday Orlando Magic impressed as he came through an 800-metre workout under Holland in a swift 46.4 seconds. Orlando Magic has tightened up in condition for that run and some solid work since and is going to be very hard to beat when next sent out by Lane who is a very careful placer of his horses and sets them for some interesting races. Lane's Warm Winter has basically been one that's got away. He is a lovely looking young horse who has been crying out for a move up to a mile. Unfortunately, he has been shown up at shorter trips and even the win and place money went out the window last time when he was short-headed out of third by Tactics in the 1,400-metre race won by Gallant Dragon. Warm Winter was another of Lane's to trial well enough on Tuesday morning in the grass session held down the straight 1,000-metre chute at Sha Tin. And yesterday he repeated that impression when working well within himself in a 1,200-metre hitout in one minute and 21.1 seconds under Holland who let him brush home in a pleasing 25.9 seconds for his final 400 metres. Warm Winter is finally in a mile event next Wednesday at Happy Valley. It will not take much winning either and the way he has worked over the past week, Warm Winter he is going to start a warm order. In other work yesterday, Patrick Biancone's Lake Tahoe went nicely with stablemate Hong Kong Supreme as they came through a tough 1,200 metres in 1:14.9. Biancone has Lake Tahoe on the reserve list for a Class Three 1,200-metre handicap at the Valley on Wednesday night, but is more likely to run the impressively proportioned English import over a longer trip. Local handler Wylie Wong has not had many winners this season, four in all, but his patrons have found them very profitable. The griffin, Shaxi Treasure, was the most profitable of all as he tumbled from 25-1 to 10-1 before making a winning introduction at the expense of Classa Speed and the odds-on Multi-Pro. Yesterday, Shaxi Treasure looked to lack nothing in fitness or basic speed when he came through his testing 1,200-metre workout alongside the very useful trackworker, Valiant Star, in 1:15.8 in a good effort for one so young and inexperienced.