Last week we looked at the barrier trial win of Champions Galley and one week later, it was another horse raced by a trainer's syndicate that caught the eye - the David Ferraris-trained Good To Go. This well-bred four-year-old contested the 800m heat on turf at Sha Tin and carved out the journey in 46.8 seconds, the final 400m in 22.7 seconds, with jockey Douglas Whyte barely moving a muscle. Good To Go is a son of American shuttle sire More Than Ready from Australian Group One winner Lady Jakeo (by Last Tycoon), making him a half-brother to Able Choice [seven wins and $5.9 million in prizemoney) and Momentum, who ran second to Industrial Pioneer in the 2001 Hong Kong Derby. Good To Go bounced straight onto the bridle but was held back by Whyte to sit about three-quarters of a length from the playmakers. At the half way mark, Whyte let out a tiny bit of rein and Good To Go bounded up alongside the leaders and had gone straight by a few strides later. He ultimately floated to the line under a good hold to score by two lengths with any amount in reserve. Good To Go had three starts in Australia under the tutelage of Peter Moody in Melbourne, where he raced under the name Jacks or More. The colt showed ability from the outset and landed a confident gamble at his first start to score over 1,110m at Werribee. The form shows him having won that race by 21/2 lengths but what it doesn't show is that he met interference from a fallen horse, which could have been the end of it in such a short race. Yet Good To Go picked himself up, made some ground before the turn before being switched wide and then powered home to win handsomely by that big margin. At his next start, Good To Go won over 1,000m at Moonee Valley, giving away about four lengths start but hitting the line full of resolve. However, it was in defeat at his third and final Australian start that Good To Go really had his potential measured. He ran a terrific third, beaten a neck, behind Shadoways and Tonz More Fun over 1,100m at Cauflield on April 1. Tonz More Fun became a Group Three winner in Adelaide, while Shadoways trained on to finish second in the Group One Salinger Stakes over 1,200m at Flemington on Victoria Derby day.