One of the most vital questions punters will be asking in tonight's $9.1 million Six Win Bonus Jackpot is whether they can trust what they saw from Present Treasure when he stepped out last start to win the 1,650 metres contest at the Happy Valley. The Caspar Fownes-trained gelding was well known for erratic running and a difficult temperament but he has been a reformed character since Robbie Fradd jumped into the saddle. After a strong 1,200m class five win in January, Present Treasure performed with credit twice in class four at Sha Tin over 1,400m without winning. But on February 16 he demolished a similar field at his first mile attempt. On that occasion, Present Treasure took his accustomed position back off the speed before Fradd made a lightning move to whip around the field in the middle stages, shoot clear and it was all over in a twinkling. Despite a winning margin of just over five lengths, Fradd was easing the gelding down well short of the post. The margin could have been considerably more and Fownes instantly lost a troublesome sprinter and gained a smart, progressive miler. In 20 prior starts, Present Treasure had never done anything like it before and with an extra 14 points in the ratings, has gone from the bottom of class four to the very top of it in one fell swoop, and that could be important as he had only a light weight when he strolled in last start but will do things a bit tougher with 132 pounds this time. As a likely favourite in the third leg of the Six Win Bonus, Present Treasure looks a great anchor and it would be hard to see him being beaten if he turns up in the same mood. Punters will just have to decide whether seeing really is believing.