A trio of last-start winners will attempt to add the Kowloon Cricket Club Challenge Trophy to their tally at Happy Valley tonight and there's plenty of back-up talent in this interesting field. Topweight Sensible Choice, smart galloper Ablaze and Fat Choy Together all have that winning feeling and will be solidly in the market in what promises to be a midweek meeting with more shine than usual. It is also taking place on the 'C' course with the rail out another three metres which means those punters hanging over the stand-side rail will have a really close look at the horses in the final 200 metres. Ablaze won at the first time of asking for trainer Lawrie Fownes when switching stables from David Oughton and is unlikely to be fazed by the 2,200 metres of the Cup race while Sensible Choice, with Sheri P. W. Kong up, comes back from a successful tilt under Eric Legrix at 2,400 metres. The third member of the winning trio is Fat Choy Together, a former griffin, who has really emerged as a useful staying type. The gelding is, in fact, bidding for a hat-trick of victories under canny Brian Kan Ping-chee whose stable supporters were gleefully heading for the pay-out windows after his Valley success two weeks ago at odds of 10-1. Add to this winning threesome the likes of Supreme Universe, clearly back on song after two solid seconds at his last two outings and Lifo, just behind Supreme Universe when third in a race won by Joint Account. Lifo is also a good performer at the city track. Fortune Ride, in slightly easier company, has been working satisfactorily and there is an important riding change with Eric Saint-Martin now on top for caretaker trainer Francis K. W. Lui. Fat Choy Together won comfortably two starts back at Sha Tin and was then generally overlooked in the market two weeks ago when tackling obviously tougher company. But it mattered little as Fat Choy Together went strongly to the line to account for Seasons Wind in a victory that came as no surprise to former champion trainer, Kan. 'He is a good young stayer and I was confident he would run very well. It takes time with some horses and now he is getting stronger. It is good that the horse can run well at both tracks and it is also easier at times to place a stayer in races,' said Kan. 'I think he still has improvement and can win again.' The manner in which Fat Choy Together won last time - and winning at the Valley is a big plus factor - suggested that there was indeed scope for improvement. The negative factor, of course, is the obvious attentions of the handicapper but it may be that this younger horse is still not quite in that iron grip and he must be put in quinellas and tierce bets. Fat Choy Together is a reasonable each-way bet and there is every likelihood that he could go off at a decent shade of odds. Supreme Universe will also relish tonight's trip and looks in good heart. His work has been first rate since his second placing to surprise winner Joint Account and he, too, has solid Valley form. Supreme Universe, who will be partnered by Alan Munro, is a horse who can put in several indifferent runs and then shrug that form off with a worthwhile showing. In the past he has also shown that when he does run a good race he can back up and do it again. Following his second placing to Joint Account over 2,000 metres at Sha Tin he was stepped up to 2,400 metres and came from last to be second to Sensible Choice who may have it to do under girl claimer Kong to confirm placings tonight. Lifo will have the services of champion jockey Basil Marcus and the Peter Ng Bik-kuen galloper is another who has produced results at the Valley. There was little between Lifo and Supreme Universe when they finished just adrift of Joint Account and the former has also been going well in the mornings since. The engagement of Marcus is a major consideration and Lifo looks certain to be in the picture in the concluding stages of the event.