Bambi can take the opening event on tonight's trappy Happy Valley card. Trainer Eddie Lo Kwok-chow broke through for his belated first winner of the season on Sunday when Winning Man took the Class Five sprint. But in fairness to Lo, who in those heady days of the late eighties and early nineties used to send out over 40 winners with Declan Murphy as his jockey and Derek Cruz as his assistant, he has not had any luck all season. He has had 13 seconds and any number of them beaten in photo-finishes. Bambi, himself, hasn't had much luck on each of his recent outings. Three starts ago he was ridden a dream of a race by Alan Munro, pinching a length or so at the top of the straight, but he had the misfortune to run up against Alex Wong Yu-on's extremely well handicapped middle-distance performer Majestic Conqueror. The pair pulled over four lengths clear of their rivals and on that close second to Majestic Conqueror, Bambi looks the clear form selection. Bambi was then shuffled back in running on his next outing before running on strongly to be fourth to and last time he again didn't have luck go his way and finished worse than midfield, having never managed to get into the race. Champion jockey Basil Marcus now takes over and looks a significant booking by Lo for what is a very ordinary Class Five affair. Bambi may have most to fear from the Tony Cruz-trained Leisure Island who had worked better prior to his last start in which he showed enough to prevail in this grade. Leisure Island has good basic speed and he should benefit most from the likely quick tempo. He should either be able to dictate matters under the demon Dougie Whyte or sit just off Be A Friend who is likely to be driven forward by Steven King. Elsewhere on the card, Goodwill should go close to winning the third event for the in-form Andy Leung who struck with a double on Sunday courtesy of My Friends Say and Genius. Leung's team is now firing on all cylinders after being wrong for the first part of the season. Goodwill, himself, put in a much-improved run last time when third to Ascot Hero over a mile at Sha Tin when he was trapped out very wide for the entire journey and with normal luck in running probably would have won. He should be suited by a probable solid pace with Fire-Fighter and Space Rock confirmed front runners along with Fortune World who likes to be up there on the speed. Goodwill's main danger could come from last-start scorer Sweet Win who also likes a solid pace.