Dr Win can record what is likely to be the first of many victories by taking the second event on this afternoon's Sha Tin card. Yet again there is some cracking sport on offer. Besides Dr Win who appears worth a solid win bet in the second, there's a little matter of $22 million in the Triple Trio jackpot plus some quality Class One performers primed to contest the sixth. Dr Win has looked a ready-made winner virtually from the moment he stepped out on to the Sha Tin work tracks. He's a lovely, athletic individual and a very fluent mover. He needed his griffin debut at Happy Valley but still showed plenty of promise and then came back to Sha Tin to run a luckless third to the potentially smart Keen Winner over today's 1,400 metre trip. Dr Win was beaten 2.25 lengths by Keen Winner in a run which had future winner written all over it. Trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fie is patient with his youngsters and after that put Dr Win away for the season. The son of Defensive Play then reappeared in a mile event at the Valley in which he could never properly get into the race from his inside draw. But he was noted motoring to the line and with normal luck in running would have gone very closer to downing the winner, Grand Prize. Typical of so many of Yiu's young stock, Dr Win had not done much work going into that Valley run, so he should progress significantly for the outing. It was really only his innate ability which saw him put in such a bold run behind Grand Prize - and it's a level ability which looks far beyond the Class Four opposition he tackles this afternoon. Such has been the promise of Dr Win's past couple of runs that it looked as if he would start at cramped odds when next seen out. However, there are a few others in the race who will be carrying tickets, too, which should mean that Dr Win is at least 3-1 and perhaps even as long as 4-1. Financial Supreme has shaped nicely for David Hayes and could be the one to give Dr Win most to think about. He could also help to make the market for Dr Win as being trained by the prolific Hayes, who does so well with these Class Four debutants, he is going to attract a good deal of betting. Scenic Wonder went strongly to the line in a recent trial down Sha Tin's 1,000-metre chute and could well be a better horse this season. Trainer Lawrie Fownes usually gets the best out of his team and Scenic Wonder could well place before going on to win in the near future. He did wear blinkers in his trial and doesn't this afternoon. That may be because he went too fiercely in them early on in the trial or because Fownes wants to give him one more run before resorting to them. Either way, he should be all round the placings. Win For Us, off the back of some seemingly exciting trackwork and now that his trainer Tony Millard has banged in a couple of winners, is sure to attract support. The worry with Win For Us is that he could be a better worker than he is a racehorse. Dancing Surpass is a tierce hope for the Bruce Hutchison camp. Elsewhere, Northern Flyer and Good Message should go well in the opener while Money Wins may be the one to take in the quinella with the exciting Trillion Win in the penultimate event.