The formidable combination of Alex Wong Yu-on and Douglas Whyte can score again at Sha Tin tonight with Tenacity in the final event - and the dynamic duo also have an outstanding chance in the second race with Universal Glory. Tenacity's most memorable performance came last season, as a griffin, when he won down the straight 1,000-metre course in an astonishing time of 56.2 seconds. Admittedly, since then his record has not exactly been inspiring, but he did show a return to form on his last start when apprentice-ridden to finish second to Saintly Partners. There are several factors which suggest Tenacity can even the score with Saintly Partners tonight and get back to winning ways. Firstly, as always, Whyte's booking is a positive, while the return to Sha Tin should also benefit Wong's gelding. Tenacity did not appear to handle the tight turns of Happy Valley all that well last time and lost vital ground on the home turn as Saintly Partners dashed up the inside to establish a winning lead. Tenacity will also meet Saintly Partners five pounds better in the handicap for 1.25 lengths, while the paucity of on-pace runners should enable Whyte to dictate matters as Intervene looks the only runner likely to pressure him. Saintly Partners has to be the main quinella chance and will be hard to beat based on his highly creditable performance in Class One company last time when he finished third to All Thrills Too. There is no doubt John Size has him at the top of his game and Shane Dye would appear to have opted for him ahead of both Intervene and My Chief. Intervene gained a deserved success last time after finishing runner-up on his first two starts of the season and, while he tackles stronger opposition, he remains in top form and his tenacious style gives him a fighting chance of making the frame again. My Chief cannot be ruled out of filling a minor placing either, even though the bulk of his better form has been at Happy Valley. The concern with him is the possible lack of pace. Trust Me looks well weighted with only 113 pounds and his last win also came on the same C+3 course which he races on tonight. He is well drawn and meets only slightly tougher opposition than last time, so he must be given a leading chance. The King Of Cloyne is more than capable in this grade, but he is more effective with cut in the ground and is likely to have a torrid run from gate 12. Supreme Cat did not appear to have too many excuses when finishing 3.75 lengths fifth to Trust Me last time and it is hard to envisage him reversing that form. General Kingy has moved quite stylishly in his work and trials leading up to his local debut, but a watching brief is advised. Konrad The Great should be suited by the move to Sha Tin but is possibly looking for a longer trip, while Come See You did not show much on his debut and may need more time. Wong and Whyte have a solid chance earlier in the evening with Universal Glory in the second event. The son of Brocco narrowly failed on the turf last time when going down by a head to Winning Associates. It was a stellar effort considering he is not normally suited by good or firm conditions on the turf, as previously all of his better efforts had been on the all-weather or on soft ground. Taking that into account, he should be a force to be reckoned with back on the all-weather over his preferred distance of a mile. Jamieson and Bravo Victory appeal most for the quinella, as the pair have some solid form lines on the all-weather. Jamieson was never going to be a threat over the inadequate 1,000 metres last time and can improve, while Bravo Victory must have strong claims from gate three.