Wendyll Woods' brilliant run of riding form can continue on Midas King in the final event on Lane Crawford day at Sha Tin this afternoon. Woods banged home yet another double at Happy Valley on Wednesday night to move on to 34 winners for the season and is certain to surpass the target of 35 he set himself at the beginning of the campaign. He may even do that today as he has a strong book of rides with good chances on Winningcombination in the fourth and Feeling Good in the seventh. Nor can he be ruled out of the third on Mashooq or the fifth on Chagall. But it is the Andy Leung Ting-wah-trained Midas King who looks his most outstanding chance now that the talented youngster returns to a mile. It was over this trip that Midas King prevailed at Happy Valley earlier in the season. At the time his 1.25-length defeat of Pinky Long Legs looked to represent fair form, but it has been made to look one of the hottest Class Four mile handicaps of the campaign by the subsequent form of those who finished behind him. Pinky Long Legs has since won four times and the way he trailed at Sha Tin on Tuesday morning he's going to be winning again. Golden Duke ran third and he's come out and been placed and also won. The same with fourth placed Kaapargen, he's been placed and he's won and in competitive events, too. The fifth, Streak of Dawn, has dropped back to sprint trips and won on the dirt while the sixth, So So, has also come out and won and been placed. So Midas King's form has a rock solid feel to it and there is every reason to think that he has improved since that victory and has scope to make further progress. He returned from a mid-season break, probably due to niggling training problems, to flash home late in a 1,000-metre event at Happy Valley won by Dashing Dragon. The trip was patently on the short side for Midas King but all the same his fifth placing represented a decent effort and one which marked him down as a future winner and underlined he was back on the right track after that absence. Since then he has run a close third to Dance Control over 1,200 metres at Sha Tin. Again the trip proved to be his undoing. When they quickened up at the top of the straight, Midas King was left, temporarily, flat-footed. He then rallied and was closing fast all the way to the line, but the winning post came too soon for him. Today's mile is just what he requires and with the red-hot Woods now taking over the ride, significant improvement can be expected. Super Horse II is racing well and looks a leading quinella chance along with the improving Kewins, whose defeat of Trademark was franked by that one's success on Wednesday night. Taliswin could surprise at big odds while Classa Speed is another with quinella claims behind Midas King.