THE relatively lightly raced My Home Town, a Patrick Biancone-trained stayer, ran an encouraging fourth in the fifth event yesterday after a lengthy break and could be winning shortly. The 1,800 metres of yesterday's Class One event was short of what he really wants and when the former French galloper goes over more extreme trips he will be worth supporting. In the same race the lightly weighted Fortune Duke was too far out of his ground to be a meaningful chance and his fifth placing had merit. As he won't go up any weight for this run, he is worth bearing in mind for a distance event, particularly a combined handicap. We are getting to the time of the year when the rains come and Gem Of India will certainly relish those conditions. He ran an excellent fourth in the third event yesterday and was undoubtedly helped by some ease in the ground. Castlepeaktreasure has been out of the money for some time but ran an encouraging race in the second event and can be expected to improve on his sixth placing here behind Classabove. He is a fairly tenacious type with form at both courses and trainer Gary Ng Ting-keung could have him winning soon. And there was an interesting run in the same race from Lucky Winner, an Australian youngster who finished fifth and looks certain to improve on that.