FORMER multiple champion trainer John Moore dominated yesterday's rain-soaked trackwork session as a couple of his griffins from last season led proceedings. Intuition and We Know When were the ones in question, and they looked to have trained on really well when completing separate and serious pieces of work. We Know When, a winner when pushed up in distance to 1,400 metres last season, was the first to come down the straight. The American-bred animal, owned by radio personality 'Uncle' Ray Cordeiro, went stride for stride with the brilliant worker Adjareli, who has a second placing in the Irish 2,000 Guineas to his name. Adjareli basically flopped last season after a promising run in the Hong Kong Classic Trial. But he can still work along extremely well in the mornings, and has already left a couple toiling in his wake in preparatory gallops. Yesterday, however, We Know When managed to match him all the way to the line, at which point it even looked as if he were going the better of the pair. We Know When had looked on good terms with himself in some less serious hitouts leading into this solid, 1,200-metre piece, which left the over-riding impression that We Know When is one to look for, especially around a mile. Intuition was a little unlucky not to win last season's Kukri Trophy, when he was trapped on the rail with nowhere to go. He is a quality individual, and yesterday was pitted against Sugarloaf, who has already been mentioned in dispatches as responsible for some much-improved work this time round. But yesterday it was Intuition who went markedly the better of the two. There was a definite strength to the way he completed his work, whereas it is probably best to let Sugarloaf have a pipe-opening run and then to think about him as a possible wager. Moore's All Smiles, an improved sprinter last season, appeared bright and likely to go on with it this term when seen out and about yesterday. Plenty of trackwatchers turn up on a Saturday morning just to watch the grass-testing gallop. Yesterday top local trainer Wong Tang-ping sent out his pair Miss Piggy and Full Speed Ahead. Full Speed Ahead has already won a barrier trial in fine style, but yesterday, although he went perfectly reasonably, it was Miss Piggy who seemed to edge the work - a gallop which had one of Peter Ng's work riders diving for cover with only a couple of metres to spare. The rider was out on the grass track, waiting for New Source to arrive at the barriers for a dirt jump-out. He had the fright of his life and was about a second away from suffering a serious accident.