TRAINER Johnny Y. C. Chan, jockey Geoff Allendorf and promising three-year-old Hi Secret shared the honours on a day of records at Taipa yesterday. Chan and Allendorf landed trebles and Hi Secret ran a course-record time of one minute 8.6 seconds for 1,200 metres in winning the sixth race, the Class Three Vichy Handicap. Chan achieved his treble with Very Happy, East On, and Sha Wan Star. Allendorf's three winners came via Cheerful God, Real Best and King of Spring. Hi Secret's time took a full second from the previous class record which he himself set in March this year and it smashed the course record of 1:09.1 set by Always Victory in October 1991. And to cap a good day, the club totalled a record betting turnover of $32.30 million bettering the previous best of $30.2 million set at the corresponding meeting last year. The second leg of the weekend's double-header marks the return of Brazilian Albenzio Barroso from suspension with an interesting book of rides. Barroso, who has ridden nine winners in a short stint in Macau has seven rides on the 10-race card. Four of his rides are for veteran trainer Lee Tien-lam and their best prospect looks to be Parsnips in Race Six.