New Trumps stamped himself as another Hong Kong Mile contender for December when dominating a Class One field in last night's featured Cable & Wireless HKT Cup on Sha Tin's Epsom Derby card. New Trumps came from off a blistering pace to score by 1.5 lengths from another quality youngster, Andy Leung Ting-wah's Fibber, who in turn held the consistent Sweetheart for third. Trainer Wong Tang-ping has brought New Trumps along slowly and has only raced this son of the good sire Cadeaux Genereux 12 times in his career. But the laconic Ping allowed himself a rare baritone 'my horse, my horse' as the cognoscenti began their customary raising of the weighing-room roof while the field swept inside the final 200 metres. By this time the Alex K.S. Yu-ridden New Trumps had overcome scrimmaging on the bottom corner, shouldered his way through a gap, given the Juvenile Sprint winner Fibber a length start and run by him in a matter of a couple of quality strides. New Trumps has now won four of his 12 starts as well as having run second four times and third once. Two of those wins have come from his last two outings and they have come off ratings of 90 and 99. Next time he's likely to be racing from a mark of around 110 with the promise of more improvement to come. 'He's a very, very nice horse to have in the yard. He did it bravely. I hope he can become one of the better ones next season,' said Ping. What a week it's been for the Hong Kong Mile ranks. The hero horse, Yasuda Kinen winner Fairy King Prawn is clearly the one to whom all the others must aspire but David Hayes' Charming City and now Ping's New Trumps are very, very useful milers who are almost certain to progress. And Fibber deserves plenty of credit as he was one of only two three-year-olds in yesterday's contest. There was yet another treble for jockey-of-the-moment, South African Weichong Mawing, who began by taking a modest fifth event by farther than he should have done on Ricky Yiu Poon-fie's Mr Happy, who is now going to get a hefty kick up the ratings by the handicappers. Mawing was then seen at his strongest in the seventh to force Five Stars Shining to the line in front for the first time in 25 starts and, in doing so, doubled embattled trainer Wylie Wong's season tally. Mawing was then on the mark for Yiu on the injury-plagued Spring in the last. Yiu said: 'He's been a great help. I hope I'll still be able to get him to ride plenty of mine next season.' Hayes was also in double form. His International Sale purchase Zenon Light galloped home late and successfully in the opener under Hayes' much-improved stable apprentice Howard Cheng, who is now one clear of Philip Cheng in the race for the claimers' title. Hayes' Surplus was another last-gasp winner, scrambling home under Basil Marcus from a luckless Courage Star in the eighth. Tony Cruz continued on his inexorable march to training supremacy when another International Sale purchase, Good Power, took the second in the style of a very useful acquisition. David Hill's Eternal Fun was ridden by Corey Brown to a cosy success in the third. Apprentice Alex K. S. Yu was handed a three-day careless riding ban for causing interference board seventh-placed Quick Commander. Jumaat Saimee bowed out with an all-the-way win for the in-form Geoff Lane in the fourth.