Paul O'Sullivan has started off the new racing season impressively, taking some limited horses to multiple successes, but the sleeper in the stable could well be Easy Game, who turned in an incredible performance to finish second at Sha Tin on Saturday. O'Sullivan has prepared 13 winners this season and his performance in squeezing successes out of the likes of Happy Winning, Desert Strike, Treasure Raiders and Danefactor is a credit to the New Zealander. Easy Game has been another success story for O'Sullivan, taking over the training of the Straight Strike gelding when he boasted a record of nine starts for no placings with an average beaten margin of more than eight lengths. The six-year-old has now had 17 starts for O'Sullivan, winning four and placing four times, graduating from Class Five to Class Three company and on his performance last Saturday there is certainly more to come. Easy Game settled at the tail of the field, as usual, and by the time they had reached the 400-metre mark, he was spotting the leader, Fat Choy Forever, some eight lengths. To be able to cut the winner, Victory Treasure, to a head despite the final 400m sectional being 23.3 seconds, shows what a great performance it was and expect him to make amends for the defeat very soon. Although beaten into third place as favourite, Fat Choy Forever's effort was commendable given it was his first try over 1,650m. He raced a shade too keenly in the early stages, which basically told against him in the final 100m when he looked all over a winner. The event may end up being a strong form race as the fourth placed Lancettier indicated he was on the verge of finding his best, also closing off well in the final stages. The Argentinian gelding, now trained by Almond Lee Yee-tat, will be right at his peak after two runs this time in but is now in need of more ground. When that occurs, providing it is on his preferred all-weather surface, he should return to winning form. Dr Possi, from the yard of Dennis Yip Chor-hong, looks to have the makings of a nice horse and it won't be too long before he breaks his maiden status. The Flying Spur gelding raced on the speed and ran an honest third to Happy Elite, but expect him to improve with time and when he gets over a bit more ground. Yip has several nice young horses in his stable and another coming winner is Down Town, who turned in a terrific debut performance at Happy Valley last Wednesday. The Scenic gelding, who won three and placed five times from his eight starts as a juvenile in Western Australia, got a long way out of his ground in the early stages after jumping from a wide barrier but began to improve his position, three wide, at the half-way mark. He switched to the outside in the home straight and finished full of running to wind up third to Engineering Wonder and should derived great improvement from the outing. He gives the indication he will be better suited the wider spaces of Sha Tin and on his Australian form, he is capable of taking a more forward position in the early stages.