All eyes will be on Ricky Yiu Poon-fie's rising star Electronic Unicorn in Wednesday's Yan Oi Tong Cup at Sha Tin. A number of observers, not just this one, thought he deserved a start in the Derby rather than being first reserve given that he came from nearly last in the Classic Trial to run third, a huge effort given that domestic Group One race was run at a crawl. Electronic Unicorn is back racing from a mark of 78 on Wednesday night, having been raised five pounds for his Classic Trial third. Clearly on that Classic Trial effort he is one of the handicap good things of the season - or at least he should be. He races as if he'll stay the 1,800 metres and he will be all the better for yesterday's solid 1,200-metre hitout under his departing jockey Steven King. King and Electronic Unicorn clocked a bright 1:21.0 in company with stablemates The Vitality Star, who is a very unprepossessing individual, and Kiwi Star, who is picking up all the time in his work and could well go close when next seen out. Electronic Unicorn is never a flashy worker. He saves his best for raceday. But there are no negatives from the way he's going and King would love to prevail as Wednesday night's meeting is his last before he returns to pursue a freelance career in Melbourne. Yesterday's Sha Tin trial results 1,150m (dirt): 1, EIGHTY TWO (B. Marcus); 2, Botany Bay (D. Whyte); 3, Winwin Combination (E. St-Martin). Others (in finishing order): The Most Dauntless, Seven Glory, Bounty Guard, Kowloon Pride. Time: 1:09.0 (24.7). Distances: 5 lengths, head. Winner trained by David Hayes.