Tony Cruz's new recruit Chutzpah appears to have taken the stable change in his stride as he impressed in his grass gallop yesterday on the Riverside. The son of Fairy King has been one of the regular track stars in his morning gallops, but the manner in which he breezed over 800 metres yesterday in 45.8 seconds suggests he is worth following. Cruz has been doing well this season with seasoned horses he has picked up from other yards, and that trend could well continue with Chutzpah, who was performing well for previous trainer David Oughton. Francis Lui Kin-wai's Holy Ranto showed significant improvement on his last start when he appeared on the all-weather, but he may be just an improved horse this season as he did look on good terms in his Riverside gallop. The lightly-raced son of Laranto worked over 800 metres in 47 seconds flat, and Simon Yim always had him under a tight hold. He can be followed when he next appears. Lui had Plenty Of Luck out working earlier in the morning on the all-weather track and the promising sort was given a solid gallop over 1,200 metres in one minute 21.5 seconds, extending well in the final quarter to clock a very respectable 23.9 seconds. He is working better than he was earlier in the season, and like most from the yard appears to be hitting form now. Alex Wong Yu-on's Universal Pegasus worked in a better fashion than his stablemates King Cobra and Universal Glory when the trio went down the Riverside. Douglas Whyte has put plenty of work into Universal Pegasus in recent weeks and he appears to be moving far better in his work than his current rating of 44 would suggest. The son of Tanker Port is a versatile sort who is primed to run well when he first appears this season.