The Hong Kong Jockey Club may not have installed its new infield display with jockeys in mind, but Felix Coetzee was again making good use of the facility as he scored another effortless win in the final race yesterday on up-and-coming Lucky Owners. Last season, Coetzee frequently looked across from the back of Silent Witness at the infield screens to see where his hapless pursuers were, but had an even clearer view from the Tony Cruz-trained Lucky Owners with the brand new 70-metre long Diamond Vision. Taking his first step into Class One company, the lightly weighted Lucky Owners got the perfect run despite drawing the outside barrier. Ten-pound claimer Thomas Yeung Kai-tong elected to take Classic Master to the lead from near the outside of the draw, and strung the field out, enabling Coetzee to follow him across. Coetzee simply parked Lucky Owners on the rails following Classic Master's good tempo and soon had his older rival's measure upon straightening, with Coetzee motionless but for peering to his right at the infield monitor to see if he had any dangers. He needn't have worried. Without much input from Coetzee, Lucky Owners virtually took himself to the front inside the final 150 metres, past Classic Master, who held on for a solid second, and appearing to have more to give on demand. 'That was a lovely way to come into Class One for the first time,' he smiled later. 'With a light weight and something to take me across and into the race, it was just what he wanted and he relaxed behind Classic Master and did the job well.' Trainer Cruz said the four-year-old looked to have improved from last season as he completed a treble for the late super sire Danehill. 'Lucky Owners is coming along nicely. He's done it with only a light weight today and things could not have gone better for him in the race,' Cruz observed. 'But he's very relaxed, I think he'll get longer than the mile today and now it will be interesting to see if he can progress from that.' While Coetzee may not be the retained stable rider for Cruz this season, the South African is keeping close ties just the same. 'You know, Tony's a top trainer and he has some very good horses there. I'm still doing as much as I can with him and hopefully finding my way around to riding for a few of the other guys as well,' Coetzee said. One of those 'other guys' is Francis Lui Kin-wai, who traditionally starts the season off well and brought in his second winner for the term in providing Coetzee with the first leg of his double. Coetzee had done plenty of the morning work on Class Five sprinter Present Treasure and it paid off as the gelding never really looked like being beaten in the second race. 'I've been doing a few for Francis and he put me up on this horse a few mornings and every time I rode him I liked how he worked,' Coetzee said. 'He showed plenty of speed with blinkers on, then Francis took the blinkers off today and he showed speed but relaxed and basically ran as he had worked for me. I know it was just a weak race but he's been consistent, has not had a lot of racing and maybe he can go on now he's won one.'