Weight swing offers promising type chance to break maiden status in tonight's feature The local combination of Alex Wong Siu-tan and Howard Cheng Yue-tin have an excellent chance to bring home the goods at Happy Valley tonight with King Of Field, who looks a major chance to notch his maiden victory and capture the Wayfoong Centenary Bowl in the process. The key factor for this son of Danehill tonight is the weight swing in his favour - he receives plenty from most of his rivals - and with just 113 pounds to carry there is every reason to suggest he can prove too good on his first attempt over the 1,800 metres circuit. He is basically a winner without a penalty, as he should have won last time over the Sha Tin mile when second to Sure Fit. The tempo and amount of ground he covered made it virtually impossible for him to win, but the run signalled that the gelding is on an upward spiral. He looks an exciting prospect now that he is racing over a more suitable distance. Mighty Hugo finally notched his first win last start at Sha Tin following a string of minor placings and he clearly appreciated the move up to a mile. There is every reason to suggest the son of Zabeel will further relish a step up to 1,800 metres, but how he will handle the tighter city circuit is a question. The likelihood is that he will be every bit as effective given that he likes to settle on the pace and usually travels well. In an event laden with horses who like to race in a rearward position, he could feasibly get the first run on his rivals and prove hard to beat. Xlerate finished third to Mighty Hugo last time and will have benefited enormously from that run. The step up in trip is a bonus; indeed, he would prefer even further than this. He definitely has the class to win this event, but whether he can do so under top weight of 131 pounds is the question. With Douglas Whyte up, he is likely to have every chance to do so but backers will be taking a relatively short price to find out. There was a lot to like about the win of Good Heart last time, when he covered plenty of excess ground on the way to victory. He handles Happy Valley and leaves the impression he is looking for this sort of journey. Perpetual Pleasure was a beaten favourite last time behind Songs Of Praise, but that form looks creditable enough with the winner going close to winning again. The wide alley should not be too much of a concern as he is likely to press forward in an event where Wendyll Woods may find himself in a handy position without having to work too hard. Perpetual Pleasure should be fitter for his last outing, and must be kept safe. It is hard to fault the form of Millennium Sprit, who has gone within a length of winning in both starts this term. He has an excellent course-and-distance record, but once again would prefer stronger tempo to allow him to produce his customary powerful finish. Black Knight ran with merit in his only start this term when second to Olive Or Twist over the Valley mile. He has been placed over further and the move up to this distance should suit, and another bonus is that he can settle in a prominent position. However, a minor placing is more likely for him as he looks a bit limited in ability. Both Cherished and High Sky join the list of those who prefer to swoop and neither have overly impressed this term. Both have decent course-and-distance records, with wins and multiple placings, but each appears on or around his mark and stronger cases can be made for others. Resourceful Prince is the only other entrant with winning form over the course and distance, but his form seems to have has regressed and he's significantly harder to recommend. Gold Field put in his best piece of work since arriving when second in a recent barrier trial on the all-weather dirt track. Interestingly, his bodyweight is 31 pounds up from his last outing, and given his workload has not decreased that is a positive sign. He could be a value chance. Diamond Moon has been well beaten on both starts this season and, realistically, only rates a chance of hitting the frame if he settles in a prominent position in a slowly run affair. Douglas Whyte and Dennis Yip Chor-hong can keep the momentum going from their success last weekend with Winning Sunshine and Cosmo Success in the fourth and fifth events respectively. The former looks extremely well treated in the ratings following a dominant victory over the Happy Valley mile last time, and as he strikes similar opposition he should prove hard to beat. Cosmo Success should have won by more than the 21/2-length final margin last time over the same course and distance and he will also be hard to beat again.