Well-primed My Friends Say could provide the answer to a tricky Chinese General Chamber of Commerce Cup at Happy Valley. There are many chances in the 12-runner field for the Class Three, 1,650-metre feature event but My Friends Say, who went off at 10-1 last time out, should be at backable, each-way odds. In the absence through suspension of stable jockey, Brett Doyle, trainer Andy T. W. Leung has opted for Club rider David Harrison and it is a fine pick-up ride for the Welsh jockey. Happy Valley will continue to ride fast with horses able to be on the pace or set it, at a definite advantage. My Friends Say, who has been successful over 1,400 metres but not at tonight's trip, can easily be in the leading brigade from his inside draw of three. There was plenty to like about his last outing at the Valley when third, beaten 1.5 lengths, to Plenty-Plenty with Just My Way splitting the quinella. Just My Way did the form no harm by winning at Sha Tin on Sunday. My Friends Say came from midfield last time and looked as if the run would bring him on nicely. A combination of the draw, the horse's form and the pattern of racing suggests that My Friends Say is a great selection. But there are a number of chances, with good money certain to come for Jade Dynasty, involved six weeks ago in a shock move from Tony Cruz to Bruce Hutchison. Jade Dynasty will have the services of Kieren Fallon but the worry would be the distance which is the minimum that the horse requires. But Jade Dynasty must come from behind to do his best work and the overall racing pattern will be against him. Big Mac wasn't too far away at his last outing over 1,650 metres here and he too will have his admirers. Eric Legrix rides but Big Mac is another who gets a long way back in his races. It will be difficult. Bottomweight City Fortune, with Felix Coetzee in the saddle for leading trainer Gary Ng Ting-keung, is bidding for a hat-trick and will go close. Robbie Fradd, who has been on City Fortune at his past two wins, now partners topweight Fortune Dancer for trainer Ng but it is difficult to see him getting involved. The John Moore-trained Strongheart, from a stable very much in form, has claims with Basil Marcus becoming the fourth top-flight rider engaged for him in as many months. His runs have been over Sha Tin's 1,400 metres so he does step into the unknown, but Strongheart is a decent type and in good form.