The new team in town - trainer John Moore and brilliant young jockey Christophe Soumillon - combined for a winner at the international meeting on the weekend and can keep the ball rolling with promising Best Gift as their joint venture formally begins at Happy Valley tonight. It's back to business as usual as racing returns from the stars to the grass roots, but winners are winners and Soumillon's magic can coax the best from Best Gift in the last event tonight on a card where he and his retaining trainer Moore will combine three times with three winning chances. Lightly raced in New Zealand with some worthwhile form before coming here, Best Gift has done well under Moore's guidance this season, running cracking races at both starts. He flashed home from the rear over 1,000 metres at Happy Valley on debut, then showed very strong finishing speed at Sha Tin last start when he came from the tail for a narrow second to Being Famous over 1,400 metres. He has been his own worst enemy so far, missing the start in both his races as well as in trials and the bad manners cost him a win last time out, but Moore will find the key to fixing that. Stepping up to a longer trip of 1,800 metres certainly looks suitable and since he had wet track form in New Zealand, Best Gift should be suited by the Happy Valley surface. He looks the runner with more promise than his rivals and stands out but there are a number of Valley specialists engaged who can run well too. Konrad The Great is only a three-time winner from 40 starts but is one of the most genuine gallopers in training and though he has not won at 1,800 metres, he has raced well in the past over the trip. His style is to get back but he is finding the starts too big to bridge now. From a good draw at this distance, he may be one or two horses closer and it might be the difference. Resourceful Prince returns to the course, distance and jockey of his first-up win this term and should improve after being caught wide last time out, while Money Strong is another, who might be able to put himself into the race better at 1,800 metres for the first time. In race seven, Moore and Soumillon will combine with Surveyor, who won at the 1,800 metres trip last season then lost form. His early runs this term had looked unenthusiastic but his latest outing behind Super Combed saw him finish his race off well to be beaten only a couple of lengths in a vastly improved performance. Having dropped 10 points from the start of the term, Surveyor has come down to a rating where he will be competitive once more. In the Class Five, the Moore-Soumillon team will try to coax a long overdue win from Waialae Win. Still a turf maiden, Waialae Win nevertheless ran a decent enough race at the Valley two starts ago behind Sweetie over 1,650 metres and barrier two and an extra 150 metres will both assist him tonight.