Turbojet can continue Tony Cruz and Felix Coetzee's flying start to the season by taking this evening's fourth event at Sha Tin. Racing legend Cruz shares top spot in the trainer standings with another local success story Francis Lui. They've sent out nine winners and have both handled the transition from riding to training like ducks to water. Strangely enough if there is any surprise about one of them handling it so well it is Cruz rather than Lui. So often it is the battling jockey, the jockey who had to make every winner count in order to get a quid, who becomes a good trainer. The top jockey, and Cruz in his pomp was just about as good as it gets and in demand all round the world, jumps from one horse to the next and has little time to ponder the art of training. For jockeys of Cruz's calibre virtually every ride is a potential winner and such is their talent that they become financially secure for life and little imperative to become a trainer, let alone a leading one. But Cruz has always been that little bit different. As a jockey he hardly ever resorted to the stick, preferring to rely upon his natural balance, timing and uncanny ability to communicate with his mounts. That communication has been very evident in his training as his team, from the word go, have looked big and well and on extremely good terms with themselves. Turbojet is a typical example of Cruz slowly nurturing the lovely young stock he purchases. The son of Jetball showed promise as a griffin and then looked much improved in his work prior to making his reappearance in a 1,200-metre event at Sha Tin. He came in for a bit of support but found the trip too short and also ran green as he closed to the line. Next time out at the Valley, he or Dr Win might have beaten Grand Prize if either of them had managed to find a clear run. Turbojet was particularly badly blocked before rallying and hitting the line extremely hard - clearly relishing the move to a mile. Tonight's Sha Tin mile should suit him ideally and his work since that decent Valley run has appeared to be right out of the top drawer. Coetzee is on the 11-winner mark, four behind his countryman Robbie Fradd, and set for his best season in Hong Kong. He's particularly strong over the last 200 metres. Indeed he's probably the strongest finisher here at the moment though a certain K. Fallon night have something to say about that in about 10 days' time. Dull Lead is an obvious form danger to Turbojet, now that he's back into Class Four having run creditably in a strong Class Three event last time. Heart Of Gold is another big improver in the race. He has been crying out for a mile and should be kept safe. And keep a close watch in running on Beetle with a view to a future punt. Elsewhere Merry Star should take a power of beating in the opening event now that he's up to a mile and is weighted to reverse a recent unlucky fifth to Full Throttle. Namjong Success who put in a big effort on his reappearance is fancied to get the better of Marquee Universal in the sixth. The latter appears to have come right back to something like his old self after suffering a bleeding attack last season.