It's been a season to savour for Singaporean maestro Ivan Allan but he'll be looking forward to next term after a promising effort from Majestic Warrior in yesterday's Classes One and Two penultimate event. The son of Barathea was having only his fourth local outing when staying on bravely against the rail for a close-up seventh, giving the impression there was considerable improvement still to come. Majestic Warrior was only beaten by 1.75 lengths and refused to yield ground under Eddie W. M. Lai. His French form prior to export was all in staying events with one win from nine starts in a three-year-old maiden contest over 2,350 metres. There aren't too many opportunities for his ilk here but he is bred to stay all day and should he strike a soft track, all the better. Battling local trainer Cheung Ting-pong's International Sale graduate Winning Boy looked something beaten in the Class Two 1,400-metre event won by rail-hugging Perpetual Harmony. The four-year-old colt was repeatedly held up for a run behind the leaders when looking to issue his challenge at the furlong pole. Lai was at the helm of this one as well and he had no choice other than to snatch up and shift off heels.He ate up the ground once clear and finished just a length adrift in fourth spot. He looks a winner waiting to happen in anything from 1,400 metres to a mile.