John Moore unleashed Derby aspirant Goggles in the first of two all-weather barrier trials yesterday at Sha Tin and the son of Eagle Eyed romped home to score by three lengths. The English import was issued a local rating of 100 by senior handicapper Ciaran Kennelly and, while he was entitled to win the heat in such a fashion based on his superior rating, it was still a pleasing effort. Goggles was asked to extend by Eric Saint-Martin in the final quarter and duly responded. In theory there should be plenty of improvement to come in the fitness department considering it was his first trial, but he did look pretty well forward at this stage of his preparation and may not need much more to reach his optimum level. There were a few to note in behind and one of those was Ivan Allan's Fantastico, an unraced son of Hennessy. Shane Dye always had plenty of horse in hand and never asked the juvenile for an effort to finish third. The powerful sort still looked a long way off his peak condition and there should be plenty of improvement to come from the trial. Allan also had the second-placed Sterling Colours, an American-bred son of Red Ransom. He displayed good early speed when settling just behind the leaders and is worth a closer look in future trackwork. John Size's former griffin Fair Dinkum was a non-starter recently at the trials when he was most reluctant to enter the stalls, but the son of Brocco was far better behaved yesterday and finished off his trial in commendable fashion. He showed promise at only a couple of starts as a griffin and could be one of the more promising youngsters in Size's yard. Geoff Lane's Grandioso won the second trial in good time after Eastern Magnate had set a fast early pace. It was yet another impressive trial from Grandioso, who really stretched out stylishly under Douglas Whyte when asked for an effort in the final furlong. It was his best piece of work so far this season and he looks on top of his game at present. Stablemate Shining Gem finished off fairly well just behind the leading pack and appears to be holding his condition. David Hayes' Australian import Crocker looked desperately in need of the outing for his first trial and was never let off the bridle by Dye. Taking that into consideration, it was a fairly nice trial and he should come on markedly in terms of fitness. In other trackwork, Alex Wong Yu-on's Island West Treble continued to impress with his grass gallop over 800 metres on Monday when he clocked a steady 51.4 seconds. The son of Dehere was asked to extend in the final quarter and responded well in 23.4 seconds. He has improved further in general condition from his recent trial and is primed for a bold showing when he next appears.