David Oughton has purchased one of the best three-year-old handicappers in training in Britain to try to make it back-to-back Derbys. Oughton took last season's Derby with another English import, Che Sara Sara, and has returned to his homeland for the big-money buy of the one-time Hong Kong Jockey Club Trophy favourite, Missile, from Derby-winning trainer William Haggas. A delighted Oughton confirmed yesterday: 'We've bought the horse with a view to this season's Derby. 'He is due to arrive here on November 7 so everything has to go smoothly to get him ready.' Missile won three times last season, and according to Oughton is an ideal type for the territory. 'He loves fast ground and should be just the right horse for here; he is lightly-raced for a three-year-old as he has only run eight times in his life.' Missile's last start confirmed his credentials as he ran second in the 1,800-metre Cambridgeshire at Newmarket - one of Europe's toughest handicaps, featuring 40 horses charging down a straight course. Missile is the first horse Stephen K. W. See has had in training in the territory.