Horses who race wide without cover at Happy Valley are usually very late home, so last week's fourth by the John Moore-trained Highland Dawn under just such circumstances has come under notice from overnight punters. The Australian-bred four-year-old, winner of two from six over the Valley 1,200 metres circuit, has drawn barrier two tonight and will again be ridden by the mercurial Olivier Doleuze. Last week, the Anabaa gelding started from the extreme outside at the 1,200 metres and was wide throughout, eventually hitting the line in fourth spot but only 11/4 lengths behind unbeaten Siameric Te Specso. The importance of the barrier draw for racing at Happy Valley is clearly shown by the huge discrepancy in prices about Highland Dawn in these two races. Last week, from gate 12, he started at $230 but one week later, from gate two, he's a $38 favourite on early markets. All the same, Highland Dawn will want to turn up with his A game to defeat the lightly raced Superb (Brett Prebble), prepared by Peter Ng Bik-kuen.