Super Bomb looks positioned to win today's eighth event on what promises to be a good betting day at Sha Tin. The John Moore-trained sprinter has form in Class One at his best and appears to have slipped to an attractive and competitive handicap rating of 83 and is one of only three horses taking the voluntary demotion to contest what is an average Class Two 1,200-metre event. For much of this season Super Bomb has, admittedly, been out of form - hence his slip in the ratings. But then many of Moore's team have not run well and, as a trainer, he habitually doesn't hit top gear until the latter stages of each season. Now that Super Bomb seems to be running back into form, a measure of his attractive position in the handicap scale is that his last win came from a mark of 95 against predominantly Class One sprinters. On that occasion he had a head to spare over Super Team, half a length over Feel Legend with Engineman fourth. Super Bomb did cause late interference on that evening but it was not deemed enough to affect the result and the placings remained unaltered, despite an objection from the Glen Boss-ridden Engineman. But by any stretch of the imagination, Super Bomb is now positioned to win, especially as he put the writing on the wall last time out. Super Bomb's most recent effort was a running-on fifth to Chiu Chow Boy and Perfection over Happy Valley's 1,200 metres when he was unlucky not to finish closer as he was checked at a vital stage when making ground down the back and then Danny Nikolic had to sit and suffer. It didn't cost Super Bomb the race, maybe a length or so. But the whole point of the run was that it highlighted an imminent return to winning ways for this well-handicapped sprinter. Super Bomb should also be at fair odds because two of the first-season performers, High Sky and Redrideninetyseven, are sure to carry plenty of tickets. High Sky had strong form in Ireland as a two-year-old. He comes here reportedly having cost plenty and with a strong reputation back in Ireland. He looked a lovely type when trialling at the beginning of the month and must be put into quinellas. And Redrideninetyseven handled the Valley in the same race that Super Bomb ran in last time.