The John Moore stable has been one of the stronger finishers at the end of the season and punters are expecting more of the same today. Punters have rallied in particular behind the formerly despised three-year-old Moshi Moshi (Felix Coetzee), who will return to Class Four in the fourth event and most likely at odds around one-tenth of his price when last in this grade. But much has happened in the gelding's career since he was well beaten at the Valley at 27-1 in early April and two wins on the trot in Class Five see him the form horse for a very average event today. Coetzee needs one more win for his self imposed-target of 50 wins and has a number of chances, but Moshi Moshi certainly heads them. Also well in commission will be the Moore-trained British import Dim Sum, one of two Danny Nikolic rides that should have strong support. Dim Sum didn't have every favour down the straight on Wednesday night in his debut and may have gone close to beating Super Honey if he had done. By entering him for today's event before Wednesday's had even been run, Moore has escaped the three-pound penalty Dim Sum received in the ratings for finishing second. Douglas Whyte will be giving Moore a helping hand with Tiber (race nine), Rice Field (race 10) and Whatabob in the last race.