It's been a long wait for the owner Albert Hu Si-nok with his British sprinter Industrial Glory but it looks as though the patient approach of trainer Dennis Yip Chor-hong has finally triumphed, judging by the result of Tuesday's trial. Industrial Glory, handled by apprentice Terry Wong Chi-wai, led throughout to win the second of eight heats down the Sha Tin straight track, and clocked the fastest time of the morning - even quicker than Group One winner Joyful Winner had gone 15 minutes earlier. Industrial Glory had good form in England as a two-year-old, with a win and three second placings from his first five starts. He also ran sixth in a Group Two and a close-up fifth in a Group Three, beaten by only 11/2 lengths. The son of sprinting sire Piccolo was then bought for Hong Kong but was put aside after one disastrous run at the back end of the 2004-05 season, when he was just a three-year-old. Industrial Glory did not step out again until April this year and while he ultimately finished in 13th place, some 14 lengths from the winner, at least on this occasion he showed some speed. But the chestnut was still not right, hanging under pressure and forcing Yip back to the drawing board yet again. Time is the great healer for thoroughbreds and it looks to have done wonders for Industrial Glory. The four-year-old looked a much brighter prospect on Tuesday and was always travelling kindly for Wong, though the clock confirms he was actually running along quite strongly. In the end, Industrial Glory won the trial by a head from Chater Power (Anthony Delpech), with September 2 trial winner Bramble Blitz running well again for third, albeit under riding from Danny Nikolic. That's It looked impressive in scoring in the lone heat over 1,050m on the all-weather. The son of successful sire Snippets failed miserably first-up on September 24 and was ordered back to the trials by stewards after finishing in 13th spot and almost 20 lengths from winner Maverick. The problem there may simply have been the pace, as That's It was forced to do the donkey work chasing the very fast tempo set by Connoisseur's Love. However, in the trial, he was ridden more quietly by Gerald Mosse and delivered an impressive turn of foot in the final 200m that took him to a convincing win from The Best and Flaming Sun. Buddies Spirit, with Douglas Whyte up, finished fourth after being one of the leaders throughout. Perfect Feeling, winner of the fifth trial on Tuesday, is an interesting addition to the roster of private purchases in Hong Kong. She's a well-bred daughter of Spinning World, from the Last Tycoon mare Lady Cairns, and is closely related to a former Australian Group One winner, Drought. Perfect Feeling won three races, including the Listed Laelia Stakes, as the highlight of a 10-race preparation under the guidance of Lee Freedman. She was also consistent, winning three races and being placed a total of eight times. In the trial, the blinkered Perfect Feeling was in behind the pace but impressed with her change of gears when Anthony Delpech asked the question at the 200m. Runner-up Joy And Fun, an unraced PPG, is an unraced son of the Danehill stallion Cullen, who has a stallion's pedigree because he's a brother to Danasinga and a half-brother to Towkay. Joy And Fun trialled strongly and will be competitive on debut.