Kewins can maintain David Hayes' title momentum by taking tonight's sixth event on Happy Valley Vase night at the exciting city venue. Hayes also saddles one of the two main hopes in the Vase, the second race, for which there is a select but all the same disappointing turnout of three runners. The record-breaking Australian trainer sends out Milky Way who made a breathtaking debut here when blitzing Classic Jester by 5.25 lengths over this evening's 1,200-metre trip. Classic Jester can now meet Milky Way on seven pounds better terms but that is hardly likely to be enough to see him reverse the form though Classic Jester looks better than he showed that night and may well give Milky Way more of a race. But it is the Lawrie Fownes-trained Taurus who looks the main danger on his straight 1,000-metre defeat of Hunting Lad who was so unlucky not to beat Kimber last weekend. All the same, preference is for Milky Way on what could be a big night for the Hayes' camp. Kewins has always looked a decent staying type in the making and he appears to have struck the right kind of field in the Class Three sixth event over a mile. The son of Star Way showed his potential earlier in the season when forcing Tres Vite all the way to the line at Sha Tin, without being unduly knocked about. He then disappointed at the Valley but something must have been amiss that night and he was immediately rested by Hayes before returning from a spell to put in two good efforts. And that's the key. Kewins has now strung together two very useful efforts, not just one, and it looks as if that flop behind Sir Galway when he ran seven-lengths fifth was an aberration. On his first run back from his spell, and on the back of some most promising trackwork, Kewins defied trouble in running under a patient ride from Patrick Payne, to get the better of the Fownes-trained Trademark over the Valley's 1,200 metres. That winning effort confirmed that Kewins can handle the idiosyncratic city circuit and Trademark has franked the form in no uncertain terms since with a most emphatic success. Last time out Kewins ran a creditable 1.25 lengths second to Skase Race in a competitive Class Three mile event at Sha Tin which was probably a little bit tougher contest than he's in tonight. Elsewhere on the card, Wong Tang-ping's Right On will be hard to catch in the opener where he can jump to the front and make all from barrier four on a night where the track bias should be with the leaders now racing is back on the 'A' Course.