TURF Champ and Magic Joy, the market leaders, dominated yesterday's opening griffin event but it was one finishing behind who attracted most attention. These end-of-season griffin races often throw up horses to follow for the season ahead. Yesterday's was a typical case with a particularly promising run from Eddie K. C. Lo's private purchase griffin Star Greeting. The French-bred gelding was bought by Patrick Biancone but changed stables without setting foot on the main work tracks. Not surprisingly he is a well bred sort and yesterday showed bags of natural speed to dispute the lead with Turf Champ and Optic Kid, despite those two rivals having had the advantage of previous racecourse experience. Star Greeting had no trouble keeping tabs with them but just ran out of hard racing condition over the final 200 metres to finish just behind the placegetters. He is definitely one to watch out for.