Tequila! If you fancy something on Wednesday night you could do a lot worse than a Tequila, a Tequila Pop. The Patrick Biancone-trained gelding put in an enormous win on the dirt recently and has trialled well again since then on the artificial surface. Yesterday morning, the French maestro wasn't asking him for a serious effort at all on the main Sha Tin work track, putting him through his 1,200 metres hitout in even time. But then Tequila Pop is as fit as a fiddle and won't need anything too serious between now and Wednesday night's quality 1,800-metre contest for Class One performers. Tequila Pop was one of last season's better griffins but took time to come to himself this season. He did that in no uncertain terms before his strong last-start win, the form of which looks very strong indeed, and his work and trials since that facile success point to another big effort. Casey's Drum has done part-owner, former professional soccer star Derek Currie proud with two wins from his last two starts. He's appreciated the move up in distance and yesterday looked on very good terms with himself as he came through his light exercise under stable jockey Patrick Payne in one minute and 26.0 seconds. Payne can't take the ride on Wednesday night but Currie has a top-class replacement in Felix Coetzee. Now that Casey's Drum has struck form, it wouldn't be any surprise if he were to make it a hat-trick of wins on Wednesday night. The one thing that Casey's Drum has, in keeping with his part owner, is plenty of fight and that should stand him in good stead, as should his condition. Trainer David Hill's horses are always at their best at this time of the season. They really hold their form and condition. Casey's Drum looks a prime example. John Moore's stable is another that hits form late and holds it to the wire. Watch out for Asian Glory on Wednesday as he looked very well in himself when out and about yesterday. He's in over 2,400 metres on dirt and that should suit him ideally. The one thing this horse does is stay, all day, and he also handles the dirt. Moore appears to have him primed to run to his best - and that may be enough.