THE patient handling of trainer David Hill could pay dividends in the fourth event at Happy Valley tomorrow night when maiden Harmony attempts to lose that status. Harmony is a well-bred type by the American stallion Riverman but he had been very disappointing in Hong Kong until his last start when champion jockey Basil Marcus finished second to Wind Traveller over 1,600 metres on equitrack. Wind Traveller is involved again tomorrow night in this Class Four, 1,600-metre event and it is rather delicately balanced between the two. But for Double Trio purposes, it is worth going with Harmony. In the absence of Marcus, five-pound claimer Raymond S. M. Tam gets the ride so he is quite attractively weighted against his conqueror last time as Wind Traveller has gone up seven pounds. With the apprentice's claim, Harmony is now nine pounds better off for a three-part of a length defeat so there is plenty of scope there to turn the tables. What makes the likely battle between these two more intriguing is the fact that both look improvers. Wind Traveller almost definitely needed the run last time and won largely because of his liking for the equitrack surface on which he had been successful twice before. Eric Legrix takes over from departed Jeff Lloyd and Wind Traveller must be better for that last run. But Harmony makes obvious appeal if he does go on from that first show of form. His breeding and one win in England before export suggest he is up to anything in Class Four. It's a race of very few obvious chances and this duo must be included in the first leg of the DT along with topweight Saafi and, possibly, Lung Huang Shan who does have reasonable equitrack form. No stable is going better at the minute than that of John Moore and he has called on the services of much talked about claimer Francis K. S. Lam for topweight Kwacha in the second leg of the DT. This Class Four, 1,600-metre event is not much of a race and Kwacha, freshened up and with seven pounds off his back, looks a fair choice as the banker. Enigmatic Win Tack wasn't too far away in a 1,600-metre event on the Sha Tin grass last time and is more appreciative of equitrack than most. He is worth including along with Zaitech who finished a handy second last time out. Many of the runners here have no form at all on the synthetic track which does make it a more difficult race to assess but Love Match, on his best form, is a very real chance and he should be put in.