Trainer Peter Ho Leung has given followers a clear lead to the Wayfoong Centenary Bowl (1,650m) at Happy Valley by grabbing red-hot Gerald Mosse for Packing Angel. Mosse is in sensational form at the top of the leaderboard for the jockeys' championship and Ho's move to engage the Frenchman for Packing Angel's return to Class Three tonight for the first time in almost four years surely won't be missed by punters. Mosse has ridden the eight-year-old just twice before - once to win by a big margin over this course and distance as a youngster and last season when the gelding had no luck from a wide gate on the dirt. Despite his years, Packing Angel has retained his enthusiasm for racing and his three efforts this season at Sha Tin have been better than they may appear on paper. He should have finished closer to Supreme Class first-up after encountering some trouble in the straight, then got too far out of his race second-up from an outside gate before motoring home behind Down Town, with neither race really suiting back runners. Once again, Packing Angel found himself settling back in a race which was dominated by the frontrunners last start when six lengths behind Sir Ernesto over the Sha Tin mile. There should be no repeat this time returning to the Valley where the gelding has been more effective as well, winning five of 16 runs. Though unlikely to be right on the pace, Mosse will likely have Packing Angel within range of the leaders from gate one and ready to capitalise on turning for home. Packing Angel last appeared in Class Three when he won his way out of the grade in January 2003 over this course. He has won three races in the higher grades since, the most recent was in February last year in Class Two, and 22 starts later a drop back in grade should be appreciated. Despite his wide draw, punters can expect the usual honest effort from regular placegetter King Of Fish (Robbie Fradd), who racked up his 15th second placing from 59 runs last start when he chased home Present Treasure in fast time. Barrier 12 is no luxury on the C course, but King Of Fish is one of only a few runners who go forward early with Super Honey (Anthony Delpech) and debutant Californiamountain (Brett Prebble). That may allow him to get to a worthwhile position early and his hope will be that the leaders get a chance to rest midrace with a lack of competition for the front spots. Caspar Fownes' Present Treasure ( (Danny Nikolic)) faces another test with a second rise in the ratings for the season after his latest win but he has now won four of 11 starts at this trip, while Super Honey from the John Size yard should come on for his first-up outing. Californiamountain is an interesting newcomer, with his form and racing style in Australia for his Hong Kong owner, Thomas Liang Ting-sen, closely resembling the form and style of other Liang colour-bearers California Bishop and Country Boy (a full brother).