John Moore's emphatic last-start winner Surveyor looks a top chance to notch his second victory this month over 1,800 metres at Happy Valley in the final event this evening. Admittedly, Surveyor had been a touch disappointing since first competing in January 2003, taking until this month to break through. But when he finally turned it around he did so in style, scoring by three lengths running away. If the Irish-bred middle-distance galloper is able to hold that form, he should be able to add to his tally. Douglas Whyte often snaps up the best rides and is a positive engagement, although it is somewhat of a surprise to see Anton Marcus unseated as he rode Surveyor brilliantly to victory on March 3. Marcus rides out-of-form Come See You for Ivan Allan and the gelding will no doubt relish the move up in distance to 1,800 metres. On the positive side, the stable has hit form recently and Come See You is definitely good enough to win such an event. On the down side, Marcus will need a great deal of luck from gate 12 and the likelihood of his being caught wide is quite high. David Hayes will be hoping to go one better with Equator Kid, who narrowly failed to score on February 28 when beaten a short head by Magnifier over 1,800 metres at Sha Tin. Equator Kid handles the city venue, although there is little doubt he prefers Sha Tin. However, he has struck form and does look one to keep safe. John Size has a trio of entries - Darwin, Wealthy Treasure and Insociable. The former has won three of seven starts at the city course, all over the Valley mile. His advantage is that he may not be pressured too much in the lead and providing he does not have to work too hard to get the front (from gate 11), he has a strong chance to hit the frame. Wealthy Treasure failed over the dirt mile earlier this month, but was a tidy winner over the Valley mile prior to that on February 4. However, that victory came on a wet track and there is little doubt he excels under those conditions. He is still on the upgrade but is probably best opposed this evening unless there is a deluge. A line can be drawn through Insociable, who has performed woefully in three local starts and may need further relief in the ratings. Title-chasing trainer Tony Cruz has a decent chance with Supreme Rabbit, who returns to the track following a nine-month absence. It is a tall order to return after such a long break and win and this is short of his preferred distance. He moved quite well in a turf trial on March 2 but there is plenty of improvement on the horizon. David Oughton-trained Magic Hands comes back into contention with the move back to the city course. He gained a deserved victory under a well-timed ride from Mick Kinane over 2,200 metres on February 11, but his form around the Valley has been sound all season. In theory, he should get a lovely run throughout from gate two and must be added to the shortlist. Helene Vitality ran respectably for sixth on his only start at Happy Valley, which came in the January Cup, won by Bull's Eye. Typically, he takes a long time to wind up in his races, so he is not well suited to the tight circuit. He concedes weight all round and, with the pace not expected to be that fast, he is best opposed. David Ferraris is double-handed with Northern Gold Ball and Kiddy Sing, both of which bid to land their first win this season. Neither has shown any sparkle recently and each has to improve out of sight to be considered a chance on present form. Moore has the top fancy with Surveyor, but he also has the dark horse in the field with Sunseen. This six-year-old has an excellent record over the course and distance and is markedly fitter for his run on February 28 when finishing last over the Sha Tin mile. He is competitively weighted and his work leading in to this outing has displayed progress.