The C team - trainer Tony Cruz and jockey Felix Coetzee - has been in cracking form in recent weeks and that trend looks set to continue in the penultimate event at Sha Tin today where Swiss Lad bids to win his second race this term. The 2002 International Sale graduate has gone a fair way to repaying Rusy and Purviz Shroff the $4.7 million they outlaid for him, having amassed four wins and $2.3 million in prize money at this early stage of his career. And, as a slow-maturing horse, there should be plenty more to come. This season, on his first start for the Cruz yard, he won at Happy Valley over 1,200 metres and went within a head of making it two from two this season when beaten by Amazing Victory over the identical trip at Sha Tin. The manner in which he found the line that day suggested he will relish the move up to 1,400 metres. And from gate three, Coetzee should have every possible chance to ensure Swiss Lad has a trouble-free passage. If Swiss Lad can live up to his form this season then he should take all the beating in what looks a good quality Class Two contest. However, this is a hot race and there are a number of threats to Swiss Lad, one of them being Danny Shum Chap-shing's Jolly Good Fortune, who is bidding for his third consecutive win this term. His work alongside Town Of Fionn on the riverside on Thursday confirmed he is going as well as ever and his form is good enough to warrant plenty of respect. Caspar Fownes-trained Fifty Fifty has never missed the frame in eight local starts, which is something very few local gallopers can boast. He is tough, consistent and tenacious in a finish. He arguably should have won on his last outing when second to Good Profit when baulked for a run at a vital stage but ran well in defeat. He will need luck this time round from the outside gate but must be added to the shortlist. Inverness finished third to Good Profit but had every chance in that race and, based on the bare facts, it is hard to see him reversing the form with Fifty Fifty but he is capable of filling a minor placing. In the same form reference, Helene Momentum finished sixth to Good Profit in what was a fair first-up performance. What's doubtful, however, is whether he has the couple of lengths of improvement required to figure in the finish here. There were clearly excuses for My Choice, who was lucky to stay on all fours in his last race when severely checked inside the final 200m. Four wins and six seconds from 13 starts is his course-and-distance, and the stats speak for themselves. One of the more interesting entries is John Moore's Famous Dancer, who has been catching the eye in his trackwork recently. He was ridden very quietly in his all-weather trial but went to the line superbly and with the blinkers applied today is expected to show marked improvement. The return to Sha Tin looks a bonus for Winning Dragon, a two-time winner over 1,400 metres. He will need luck from the outside gate but will be close to peak fitness now and is hard to leave out of calculations. Even though the form this season of Arabian Wager has been excellent, he has to be considered a risk over this distance. His fourth to Amazing Victory looks good on paper but definitely has stamina limitations. Most of Paul O'Sullivan's runners have needed their first run and Sparkling Star is unlikely to be any exception. His all-weather trial was a fair performance, but there is room for improvement. The work of Peter Ng Bik-kuen's Expectations has been relatively good but he is best watched at this stage, given he displayed so little potential from two starts last term. Gallant Knight (six starts) and Danhero (three starts) have poor course-and-distance form and are best opposed. It has been some time since Noble Hero has showed his true potential and is impossible to recommend in view of his only run this term, when last behind Amazing Victory and Swiss Lad.