HONG KONG racing goes on worldwide display today with master trainer Ivan Allan aiming to keep part of the $20 million International Races prize money at home. The Singaporean maestro has superb stayer Indigenous at his peak for the $6.5 million Vase and goes into the showpiece $7 million Group Two Cup convinced that both Oriental Express and Stewards' Cup hero Billion Win are ready to run the race of their lives. Allan said: 'There is plenty of depth to the races but my horses are ready. Indigenous is in top form and I respect the chances of Multi-Star in the Vase, too. 'They were very close last year and wherever Indigenous finishes, Multi-Star should not be far away. 'Oriental Express is at exactly the same level, in my opinion, as he was earlier this year when he won the QEII Cup and ran second to Taiki Shuttle in Japan. 'And never discount Billion Win. The distance is not going to be a problem in my opinion and he is ready,' said Allan. Arch-rival Patrick Biancone lends enormous weight to home hopes in the Cup with Johan Cruyff, last season's Derby winner who is now a length's better horse and also set to run his greatest race. 'This is his race. We have aimed and primed him for it. He can win it,' said Biancone. Lined up against Hong Kong's leading hopes are top horses, trainers and jockeys from around the world. Godolphin's trainer, Saeed Bin Suroor, arrived yesterday to see Kahal carry the famous colours in the $6.5 million Bowl and said: 'My only slight worry is the ground. Kahal would really prefer it with a bit of an ease but it is most likely to be firm. 'But he is a good horse and his last pieces of work were very encouraging.' Kahal will be ridden by Frankie Dettori but Suroor was still awaiting the Italian-born ace last night. 'I think he is going to be a little late but it does not matter. Frankie will be here and he knows Kahal well,' said Suroor. Dettori was riding in a special three-event series in Riyadh where honours went to Olivier Peslier and Michael Kinane, who both returned to Hong Kong yesterday after a highly successful hit-and-run raid to the desert. Peslier won the main King's Cup race with Kinane taking the two supporting races. It continued the French rider's superb run of recent form where he won the World Super Jockeys' Series in Osaka and followed it up with victory in last Wednesday's inaugural International Riders' Championship at Happy Valley. Peslier has interesting rides throughout the nine-event card but his best International Races hope is English raider Decorated Hero in the 1,400-metre Bowl. 'It was a good trip to Saudi Arabia and now I hope that I can win another race in Hong Kong. It was very good here on Wednesday night and I hope I have some good rides tomorrow. Decorated Hero ran well last year and I think he will do so again,' said Peslier. Kinane returned to the news that Oh Nellie had been withdrawn from the Bowl but he has eight other rides on the card, including Artan for Germany in the Cup and Multi-Star in the Vase. 'It's a pity about Oh Nellie but these things happen in racing,' he said. American superstar Gary Stevens flew into Hong Kong in the early hours of the morning and turned up later at Sha Tin to check on his mounts in the Bowl and Cup, where he rides Dance Parade and Magellan respectively. With the likelihood of a $55 million payout for a single-ticket win on the Triple Trio to lend support to the biggest raceday in the local calendar, there is every chance of a crowd of around 65,000 at Sha Tin today.