The stewards' inquiry into the bona fides of ownership of the three racehorses, Tekon Perfect, Pretty Baby and Golden King will resume at Happy Valley racecourse at 2pm today. The inquiry was opened briefly on Wednesday night at the Happy Valley meeting when the stewards interviewed trainer Eddie Lo and Tekon Perfect was subsequently withdrawn from his race. Following the late scratching, the matter was adjourned when it became clear there was some depth to it, and that other Lo-trained gallopers Pretty Bay and Golden King were involved. The racing stewards invoked their powers under Rule 12 (16) to prohibit Tekon Perfect from starting and advised Lo that entries for the three horses would be refused until the matters surrounding their ownership were properly resolved. Eddie Lo has been asked to attend today's hearing along with the registered owners of the horses - Michael Wong Sup-pak (Tekon Perfect), Edwin Tso Wai-cheung (Pretty Baby) and Patrick Siu King-fai (Golden King). However, acting chief steward, Jamie Stehr said yesterday 'the stewards always reserve the right to halt any inquiry and seek evidence from other witnesses as we find it necessary.'