Good To Go makes his all-weather track debut in today's Macau Handicap (1,200m) and, on the evidence of a blistering trial win, the royally bred stallion is finally set to live up to his potential. While it's tough to be critical of Good To Go's local record of two wins from 10 starts, the five-year-old did arrive with high expectations after winning two from three in Australia. His two successes over 1,000m at Happy Valley, both coming after drawing the prized inside alley, were only workmanlike, but he appeared a transformed horse when stepping out in a 1,050m trial on the artificial surface 18 days ago. He bounced straight to the lead under Douglas Whyte, travelled strongly, before opening up a massive margin on his rivals and going to the line untouched to win by nine lengths in exceptional time. With Whyte on the sidelines due to suspension, Brett Prebble has picked up the mount and the in-form rider has given punters a good lead, given that he will attempt to ride 115 pounds for the first time this season. The David Ferraris-trained horse has again come up with his winning barrier of gate one, which should allow Prebble to enjoy the run of the race on the back of the speed runners, Island Speed and Adaikali, and then present Good To Go at just the right time. Surface specialist Liberal's Knight is forced to give away weight to all his rivals, but he has proven in the past that he is up to the task. The John Size-trained gelding has raced over this course and distance six times for three wins and three seconds, with his last success coming on January 27 when accounting for a similar field. He takes a seven-pound rise for that victory, but he will again relish a strong speed and will be the one Good To Go has to hold out in the final stages. Royal Pericles does boast a win over Liberal's Knight around this circuit, and he showed he was on the verge of returning to form when running an impressive second in a Happy Valley barrier trial last Saturday. The Gary Ng Ting-keung-trained gelding, whose last-start fourth to Liberal's Knight was a significant improvement, jumped straight to the lead and went to the line under a strong hold to be narrowly beaten by Real Surprise. Under a light weight, Royal Pericles gets every chance to return to his best. The other main contender is the four-time surface winner Grand Store, who lines up after finishing brilliantly from a seemingly hopeless position to land his first turf success last start. While he was a shade disappointing at his previous start behind Liberal's Knight, the El Moxie gelding does have a touch of class and he should be afforded every opportunity from gate three.