THERE was only one horse that the racing professionals were talking about last night and that was Ellen's Voyage in the second event. He finished runner-up to Dream Lover under local jockey Danny Lee whose riding was then subject to a stewards' inquiry. The stewards noted Lee's explanation that the horse was hanging and trainer Gary Ng Ting-keung went into the inquiry and stated he was satisfied with the ride. Well there were any number of observers who categorically disagreed with Lee's versions of events about the five-year-old who jumped at 10-1 and carried $2.24 million in win and place bets. On this performance it has to be said that he will almost certainly do considerably better in the future and can be marked down as a likely winner of a similar Class Four equitrack event. Patrick Biancone's Forever Ahead put in a big run in the opening event won by his former stablemate Prince Of Minstrel. Forever Ahead has not been the luckiest of horses this season, putting in some good runs without actually getting his head in front. But on last night's performance his turn can't be long in coming particularly if switched back to 1,400 metres on the grass. He didn't seem to appreciate the equitrack last night but was also badly drawn.