The real Brett 'Double' Doyle can stand up to be counted at this evening's Happy Valley meeting. The brilliant young English rider has a strong book and, for the first time this season, can underline just why he earned the 'Double Doyle' tag last term. He couldn't stop riding doubles when he first came to Hong Kong as a Club Jockey. He missed the first six meetings of this season due to a suspension and things have been a trifle slow since. But tonight he appears to have a serious chance of doubling up on Enchanted Treasure in the third and the newcomer Naturally Money in the last. He should also go close on the improving Money Game in the opening event. All three of these are for his retaining trainer Andy Leung. Enchanted Treasure is the most interesting of the three in that Leung has dropped him back to a minimum 1,000-metre sprint and has reached for the blinkers for the first time in his races. The son of the Australian Golden Slipper winner Tierce has always had speed to burn but, until tonight, has been campaigned at unsuitable distances. He's been leading at a mile or 1,400 metres and only in his last race was he ridden with some restraint over the 1,400-metre journey. He patently failed to see out the trip and was dropped a further three pounds in the ratings to a mark of 30. Yet he showed distinct potential as a griffin when ninth of 13 to Man Of Honour in just about the hottest griffin race ever run. That ninth saw him run to a mark of 37 according to my handicap and usually these griffins go forward and improve on their initial ratings not just because they become more experienced but also because they mature and strengthen physically. For the latter reason alone you'd normally be expecting to add seven pounds or so to this 37 mark. Yet here Enchanted Treasure is racing from a rating of 30 towards the bottom of Class Five. He should be worth a decent bet as he's finally down to a distance which would appear to suit. It certainly looked right up his street when he blitzed them all in a Valley trial at this 1,000 metres. Interestingly he had the blinkers on that morning and only now are they applied on raceday. It all adds up to Enchanted Treasure looking the one to provide the Christmas money. Sharp Shooter, who is going to be prominent for much of the way and has a fair claimer taking a very handy 10 pounds from his back, could be the main quinella leg with Winwin Combination a leading tierce hope along with the improving Word Of Honour. Go Go and Winning Man are others with tierce claims behind Enchanted Treasure. Team Honour is impossible to oppose from a handicapping viewpoint in the second. Quite how he's only gone up five pounds for his half-length second to Monza is anyone's guess. Whichever way you look at this effort, be it through Monza, Privilege (third), Smashing Pumpkin (fourth) or Mazal (fifth), it is extremely difficult to have the improving Team Honour running to a mark less than 100 and perhaps he ran to a figure as high as 104. But the handicapping department have only raised him by five pounds from 80 to 85 so he's actually racing from a rating fully 19 pounds lower than when he ran second in the St Andrew's Challenge Quaich when he was 24 pounds out of the handicap and carrying a pound overweight.