'He's no star but there's probably another win in him under the right circumstances' David Hall welcomed the first Hong Kong win of favourite Million Success in the third event and forecast that it would not be the gelding's last. Million Success had dropped to Class Five late last season but a series of placings saw the black gelding elevated to the bottom of Class Four, a promotion that did not deter his trainer. 'He's been a bit unlucky but has still been learning how to race,' Hall said. 'At Happy Valley last start, he was genuinely unlucky after meeting interference from that riderless horse [Rising Win]. That was the only reason he settled so far back in that race. 'I figured he'd be much closer here today and Brett [Prebble] rode him beautifully. He's no star but there is more to come. He'll get a few points for that win but there's probably another win in him under the right circumstances.' Danny Shum Chap-shing and Shane Dye celebrated a double and have more to look forward to as both their winners, All's Well and Prime Delight, look to have significant upside. All's Well may have only had a half length to spare at the end of the Class Four over 1,000 metres but it would be a tough judge who said the three-year-old didn't have a fair bit more petrol left in the tank. Similarly, the maiden win of Montjeu three-year-old Prime Delight in the 1,400 metres edition of the Class Four was significant as the bay gelding powered away from his rivals in the final 200 metres after a classically patient Dye ride. 'All's Well is not really a 1,000-metres horse but it suited at this stage of his preparation, and I think he beat a pretty nice horse, too' Dye said. 'They ran fairly good time so I think it was quite a decent race by Class Four standards.' Dye was understandably enthusiastic about Prime Delight, as he renewed his association with owner Peter Law Kin-sang, for whom he rode 2003 Horse of the Year Grand Delight. 'Prime Delight wants a bit of time, he's still quite immature but he's a very nice horse as well,' Dye added. 'I expect he'll make into a nice middle-distance horse in the future.' Dye is bullish about the way his partnership with Shum is gelling, with the pair having now shared seven winners this term. 'The team's starting to come together really well, there are a number of nice young horses in the stable,' he said. Some statistics simply defy explanation, like the one where a leading trainer such as John Moore and a top jockey like Anthony Delpech cannot get a winner when they pair up. At least, that's how it had been in their 30-plus attempts over the past two seasons and 10 meetings. But the hoodoo was comfortably laid to rest when Winning Power ($150) won the Class Three over 1,400 metres. 'There were only two jockeys available at declaration time and my assistant trainer booked Anthony, knowing he was already booked to ride Bear Dominance for the stable for his next stable,' Moore said. 'In the end, it was a perfect ride. Winning Power has been a bit suspect at the start but today he jumped well. He probably hasn't got much scope where he is in the ratings now but he's genuine and needs top of the ground as he got today.'