Fifth win for Ho's unbeaten galloper has trainer thinking of Hong Kong Sprint Unbeaten sprinter Grand Supreme has given connections plenty to think about after his fifth win last night at Happy Valley but champion jockey Douglas Whyte is hoping they err on the side of caution. Trainer Peter Ho Leung had harboured a quiet hope that he could get Grand Supreme into the Hong Kong Sprint next month via the International Sprint Trial at Sha Tin on November 19 and the four-year-old added some weight to that idea when he broke into Class One last night with a sterling win. 'This was his toughest race tonight - not the fact that he was going up to the distance of 1,200 metres for the first time but the 1,200m races here are a bit different to what he has had to deal with to date,' Ho said. 'They always charge into the first turn here and the field was stronger but Grand Supreme jumped well, got a position and came back under Douglas beautifully. 'He's just a perfect horse. He's got so much quality and a fighting heart with it.' Whyte's move forward to sit outside Adaikali in the run to the home turn proved a winning move as the warm favourite held out the late finish of Sanziro to win by a neck and put himself at least into discussion about the big races coming up. 'I want to talk with Douglas about our next options, either the Sprint Trial or a Class Two on the same day at Sha Tin, but the owner is a lovely lady and isn't putting any pressure on me at all to run the horse in the international race,' Ho said. 'In fact, she's the opposite. She told me don't put too much pressure on the horse to do it and don't put too much pressure on myself to try to make him.' But when Ho speaks to Whyte, the champion jockey will be leaning away from the Sprint Trial and espousing the benefits of time. 'I think it comes up too soon,' Whyte said. 'Grand Supreme is a horse who gives you all he's got and he'd probably get there and run a good fourth or fifth but take too much out of himself. He runs himself into the ground and you take the risk of ruining him by throwing him into that sort of race so soon. He's only young, he can be an international horse next year.' Grand Supreme was one of three for Whyte on the night after his first winner for Andreas Schutz on Step Forward and a scrambled win on Victory Turbo for Paul O'Sullivan. 'It was nice to win one for Andreas. He's doing a great job, turning some of these horses inside out,' Whyte said. 'And Victory Turbo was a case of learning from my first ride on him last start. I told Paul I'd ride him to get cover even if the pace was slow tonight and I was sure he'd run home. The race was like a puzzle falling into place and I managed to get first run on Noble Conqueror, which proved to be the winning move.' Gerald Mosse had to settle for second on Noble Conqueror but he continued his good run with a double on Glory Years for Almond Lee Yee-tat and Excellent Boy for Caspar Fownes, with that trainer also a double winner having scored again with Toy Quest (Danny Nikolic). David Hall managed to finally produce the Wonderful Blessing (Brett Prebble) he had been expecting. The change of rider, extra distance and quick back-up from last week's unlucky defeat were key points. 'He hasn't had Brett's weight so far this season but he certainly made a difference and with the combination of factors he looked a better horse tonight,' Hall said. Jockey Eddie Lai Wai-ming copped a five-meeting ban for his ride on Master Dreamer in the race after stewards deemed that Lai had dropped his hands before the line and cost Master Dreamer third placing.