Olympic Express is likely to become the highest-rated four-year-old in Hong Kong following his impressive win in the Classic Mile. The British import is set for a hike of 19 pounds in the ratings to a mark of 120, a pound ahead of All Thrills Too. 'It is difficult to be accurate at this stage, but I think a rating of 120 would be justified,' said Ciaran Kennelly, the Jockey Club's senior handicapper. 'The key to assessing the race is Jeune King Prawn, who appears to have run to his mark of 115 by finishing third. He virtually dead-heated for second place with Super Molly, who was 113 before the race and will have to go up to 115, too, but Olympic Express was a clear winner and had something in hand over those two horses.' All Thrills Too's rating was earned with his third place in the Hong Kong Sprint over 1,000 metres and clearly was not reproduced with yesterday's fifth place in the Classic Mile. And, while Olympic Express is likely to be Derby favourite on March 17, Kennelly added: 'It is important to remember that Olympic Express is only the top-rated at a mile and we haven't seen him yet over 2,000 metres.'