PROMISING young trainer Gary Ng Ting-keung looks set for a powerful finish to an already prolific third campaign with a licence. His lightly-raced Australian import, Sure Win King, impressed again during yesterday's Sha Tin trackwork session when there was also good work from his lowly-rated but improving duo Tomodachi and Monopoly. Sure Win King was a comfortable winner on his only start at Morphetville in Australia which has earned him a rating of 71 at the bottom of Class Two. On his bare form he looks to be correctly assessed, after all Morphetville is only a provincial track. But by the same token Sure Win King looks to have plenty of scope for improvement and he's a lovely athletic looking individual. He has already impressed in an equitrack barrier trial. He caught the eye again under Tony Cruz in a grass trial at Sha Tin last week and yesterday he worked all over his stablemate, Super Tension, in a most fluent and promising piece. He is the kind of horse who could make a real impact over the next couple of seasons. Tomodachi and Monopoly are not going to scale the heights that beckon enticingly for Sure Win King. But on yesterday's work they can still win good stake money and land a few bets on the way. Tomodachi showed his first hint of form last time out when staying on over 1,235 metres at Happy Valley. He has progressed since then and could do something in Class Five over farther. He went every bit as well as Monopoly yesterday as they hit the line together. Monopoly is a thorough stayer which is not surprising as he is by Bakharoff. He could win again over 1,800 metres or farther this season and should be even better in 12 monthstime. Looking towards tomorrow's equitrack meeting, there was good work from last-start winner Money Spinner who appears to have thrived since his win. Wong Tang-ping's Lucky Champ has come right back to his best in winning a recent trial and in his work and is primed to run well in the third for which Schnitzer is making his debut from the Neville Begg stable. Yesterday Schnitzer went well from the barriers on the equitrack with Local Colour. Alex Wong Yu-on appears to have Golden Chance back to his best for the modest Class Six sixth event over 1,400 metres, while Glory Of India, Classic Warrior and Tim's Joy have all been going well in readiness for the last. In other work yesterday, it was impossible not to be struck on a couple of last-start winners. The griffin Winning Chance looked all power as he moved round the inside track. He is developing into a grand stamp of a horse while John Moore's Jollity has come out of his easy success in great shape.