LEADING local handler Wong Tang-ping is living up to all the predictions made for him and having a prolific latter half to the season. He was on the mark again with Everwell Cheers at Happy Valley on Wednesday night and the way that his improving young horse Win Tack worked at Sha Tin yesterday morning there could be another win in the pipeline from him in the near future. Win Tack whizzed home over a mile under Tony Cruz on the equitrack on his first run back from a break but then refused to settle when pushed up in distance to 2,000 metres and ridden by Jackie C.K. Tse in a local riders' affair next time out. Yesterday Win Tack worked significantly better than stablemate, the near-white gelding Silver Freighter, in a piece which suggested that Win Tack is every bit as good if not better than when successful on his penultimate start. These two weren't hanging about and wentto the line hard ridden with Win Tack always holding Silver Freighter from the moment they straightened for home at the top of the stretch. It may also pay to keep tabs on Ping's English import, Everwell Times. His English form is decidedly moderate, a first-time-out success in a poor five-furlong maiden auction event at the idiosyncratic and decidedly moderate northern track of Beverley where there are more bends than at Brands Hatch. The win was followed by a handful of unplaced efforts and Everwell Times continued where he left off when making his debut on the equitrack, trailing the field throughout. But Everwell Times' work has picked up significantly since then. He has come in his coat and he could do something at big odds on his next couple of starts. If he does, don't say you weren't told. My Silvero showed plenty of promise for Ping last season. This time round he has been a hard horse to train but finally looks to be coming right. He completed his most serious piece of the season yesterday with California Prince and can be expected to do something after a run or two. Lam Hung-fie's Turf Apex has been a problem horse for most of this season, having looked a distinctly promising sprinter when lightly raced last campaign. He finally looks to be coming to hand and is another who could do something in the next month or so. The former subscription griffin trialled reasonably well down the straight on Tuesday morning and yesterday put in his best and most testing wrok of the season when matching strides to the post with the useful workhorse, Fortune Ring. Geoff Lane has been quietly clicking up the winners since the start of the season. One that has got away so far is Video Star who had the rest of the field well beaten off when caught close home by Happy Lord over his favourite course and distance of 1,400 metres earlier in the season. Since then Video Star has had a break and until yesterday's work had not been moving with anything like his fluency of old. But ridden by Declan Murphy yesterday he went with far more zip and now looks ready to run right up to his form with Happy Lord. He has certainly progressed since his third to So Easy and Star Of Marble where the first two drew an amazing 12 lengths clearin a cracking time. Alex Wong Yu-on is another who has been sending out a fair few winners of late, his stable in much better form now that the 'flu virus which hit it really hard has been banished. Yesterday his equitrack specialist Tim's Joy worked solidly and now looks fit enough to do himself justice on the artificial surface. Tim's Joy's last two runs have been far more promising than their bare form may suggest. First time back from his virus-enforced break, he was caught up in the scrimmaging which cost Winning Partners the race eventually won by Colourful World. He then kept on really well over a mile on the equitrack behind Silver Arrow, not beaten very far at all.