THE herpes virus continues to limit the number of horses seen out at trackwork each morning, but there were still some interesting gallops at Sha Tin yesterday. Saturdays are generally a lot less busy than other days, with only the likes of John Moore and Lawrie Fownes getting stuck into their strings. Yesterday, Fownes' last-start Class Five and Six winner, Add Some, went every bit as well as the much higher-rated All Thrills. Add Some generally works well, but even by his own standards this was a good piece. Fownes' En Rapport didn't have the best of luck last time when a close third to Orlando Magic. He appears to have come out of that race in good order, and yesterday impressed as he moved sweetly alongside the stable's last-start winner, Crown Commander. Fownes also had some youngsters on display, including Taurus, who caught the eye. He is one to follow in trackwork trial reports. Talking of youngsters, Alex Wong Yu-on appears to have another decent one on his hands in the shape of Winning Glory. He worked under Simon Yim and looks another who could pay dividends for his supporters. Moore is now beginning to hit peak form, sending out a double at yesterday's Sha Tin meeting to move to joint top in the trainers' standings. Yesterday, his Winning Lad worked very powerfully on the grass. He has never gone better and could well follow up a recent Happy Valley success. Winning Lad had trialled very easily earlier in the week, and is just the type of horse to be suited by the very talented Australian rider, Patrick Payne, who is well-balanced and who has terrific hands. Look out also for the Tony P. H. Chan-trained Second To None in another Class Six event. He flew yesterday morning.