TRAINER Neville Begg and jockey Robert Thompson part company at the end of the present season but they will be among the winners before the curtain comes down on June 13 with Clear Classic looking ready to oblige. Clear Classic goes into this weak-looking Class Two, 1,200-metre event off the back of an excellent run at Happy Valley 10 days ago when he appeared not to have a lot of luck. That 1,235-metre event was won in cracking fashion by the David Hill-trained topweight Winged Foot who scored readily from All-Winners. Clear Classic, who beat Winged Foot on New Year's Day of 1992 at Happy Valley, flashed home for third only just missing out on the quinella. But he had been shuffled back in the run, not quite getting a position off the top of the Rock when it looked vital. Although his big debut success was at Happy Valley, Sha Tin looks a better course for him and he will be aided by today's small field of 10. Clear Classic would appreciate a bit of ease in the ground but, above all, he now looks rippling fit and ready to run a mighty race. Hardest to beat will be topweight Bayview Boy, who will almost certainly start a warm-order favourite with Tony Cruz up. And he deserves to be public elect on the strength of an excellent last start third to Compradore and Maraheb over 1,235 metres at theValley. He was tackling very tough company that night but ran quite excellently for Cruz and there will be an abundance of confidence about him today. He must shoulder 139lb but has carried weight before and must be thereabouts. He is drawn wide out (9) but Cruz is a master at getting them across and Bayview Boy will be in the firing line. Trainer John Moore legs up stable claimer Victor C. F. Chan on Win Label and they look to be the other chance. Win Label has solid form in this company and could certainly run into the quinella without surprising. And save something for the seventh event where jockey-in-form Declan Murphy partners quality Irish import, Heavily Armed. His last run was at Royal Ascot 11 months ago but on his meagre Irish form - only two runs in the country - he will take plenty of beating here. He has form lines to top European sprinter Up And At 'Em and looks too good for this company. His debut is over an ideal 1,200 metres in Class Two.