LARGER than life local rider Rambo Tse Wai-ho resumes his colourful career at Taipa this afternoon, writes Lawrence Wadey. A big team of racing fans have already planned to be on course to watch the flamboyant character ride for the first time since the stewards' found he stopped Millions Joy in a now infamous local riders' race at Happy Valley on October 19. Tse has picked up seven rides and he's going to be a popular addition to the Taipa riding ranks. Australian trainer Gordon Benson probably provides Rambo with his two best chances in Legal Case One and the newcomer Edward Tudor in races two and 11 but they can't be said to be anymore than outsiders on a day when the wet-trackers should dominate. In other Taipa news, the Macau Jockey Club have taken the brave decision to race twice a week. From the beginning of next month an additional 13 meetings have been programmed for Tuesday evenings.