WIN Label races on the Valley turf for the first time in his fairly brief Hongkong career and although his best form has been over the long 1,400 metres sprint journey, could be just about ready for the step up to a mile he faces in the last event, tonight. He began his campaign this season with two very good back-to-back wins over 1,400 metres at Sha Tin, winning in Class Three and then stepping successfully up into Class Two. His win in Class Two was at the expense of the very useful Patrick Biancone-trained Sea Of Jasper with the pair drawing away from the rest of the field. It is also interesting to note that the third-placed horse in that race almost four lengths behind was the same Sky High that won by two lengths in a Class One and Two event. Due to the virus scare, Win Label had to wait 112 days for his next appearance and despite clearly needing the outing was running on nicely over the long spr Survey King ran a very promising first up appearance over the Valley mile before hitting the deadly second time up syndrome and failing miserably. However he still rates a chance on his first run over the mile. Diamond Forever loves every bit of the Valley mile but with regular rider, Gerald Mosse sidelined through injury, much will depend on how young apprentice 'Hongkong' Yim handles the mount. Mick Kinane is up for retained trainer David Oughton on Pearl King which came from a long way back on his Hongkong racing debut over Sha Tin's 1,200 metres. He's a winner over a mile prior to coming here and although may not quite be ready yet will be much better suited to this trip. Win's A Gift who tried to make all over course and distance two starts back before compounding in the latter stages looks some sort of tierce chance. But John Moore, looking for a change of luck can get the money with Win Label, who held up for a late run, can run them all down in the home straight.