WHILE most eyes were focused on brilliant private purchase griffin scorer, Winning Chance, with Gay Pegasus II flashing home into third behind him, it was possible to miss the much-improved effort of John Moore's Action Time. The subscription griffin is no superstar but definitely looks to have enough ability to prevail when he is classified or when taking on fellow griffins under handicap conditions. He has always worked as if there was a win in him in the near future against the right opposition. Neville Begg's Chiu Chow Warrior has suffered from too much hype for beating poor opposition in good style. But he kept on well behind Courageous and in Class Three may need a mile to show his best. Do not give up, either, on David Oughton's Scandalmonger or Brian Kan Ping-chee's Wonderful Time who ran home third and fourth behind Bruce Hutchison's good winner Timah in the fourth race. This pair are typical of northern hemisphere imports - they are not quite firing and should be all the better next season when they have had more time to acclimatise. This looks to be particularly so with Scandalmonger, who had useful form in England.