The John Size stable is bursting at the seams with young talent and King Prawn Supreme should add his name to the up-and-comers' list by winning his second start in today's Hung Shui Kiu Handicap at Sha Tin. After a quiet last season by his lofty standards, Size has hit the ground running this term to lead the premiership ladder with 32 winners and he doesn't look like letting up with the likes of Sight Winner, Special Days, Presto, Lucia, Dao Dao, Enthused and Warrior all with their best racing ahead of them. King Prawn Supreme joined his stable after winning one of three in France but he wasted little time in displaying his talent when making his local debut over 1,200 metres on New Years Day. The Langfuhr gelding was taken back from barrier 12 to settle with the tailenders but he finished impressively in the final stages to grab third behind the in-form Craig's Dragon, who is tipped to continue on his winning way in today's ninth event. With the advantage of an inside draw, the four-year-old is likely to take a much handier position in the run under Douglas Whyte and with a rise in distance he should prove very hard to beat. The horse he will have to gun down in the final stages is O'Reilly Rally, who has been racing consistently this season without winning. The Tony Cruz-trained gelding looked a horse on the rise last term when winning two of three, but he hasn't had too many excuses in four runs this time in, although the form from his last outing reads exceptionally well. The O'Reilly four-year-old was well ridden from a wide gate by Olivier Peslier to track the speed and he looked the winner before the much-improved Ouraja charged down the outside to take the prize. The form from the race has proven to be very strong with Ouraja being narrowly beaten at his next outing and Special Days and Singing Diners, who ran third and fourth respectively, going on to win their next outings. Brett Prebble returns to the saddle and he will likely press forward from an awkward gate and expect O'Reilly Rally to look the winner early in the straight. The potential upset horse is former New Zealander Winbo, who turned in a respectable effort at his local debut on December 23. The Woodborough gelding won one of two in his homeland and his effort to be beaten just under three lengths by Namjong Fighters 20 days ago had plenty of merit, considering he missed the start and was tight for room in the straight. His trackwork indicates he has made good improvement from the outing and he is capable of taking a more forward position in the run providing he jumps on time. The other main contender is Triumphant Diamond, who was given a break after a heart irregularity was discovered last start, but he has to be respected on his terrific win over the promising Dao Dao at his first appearance for the season.