Bullish Cash has only won once, but weights and measures point to him as the horse to beat to bring up a feature win at Sha Tin today in the Premier Plate (1,800m). Big race trainer Tony Cruz is fresh from training the Derby winner - Helene Mascot - last week and hot on the trail of this Saturday's riches in Dubai with Bullish Luck and Floral Pegasus. A terrific effort in the Hong Kong Gold Cup last start was the best guide that this Group Three is within his grasp, too. Bullish Cash (Brett Prebble) was clearly outgraded under set weights behind Viva Pataca in that race, however the honest five-year-old reverts to handicap conditions and his light weight gives him the winning edge. He has rarely run anything but a bold race since his arrival and showed plenty of authority in his lone win three starts ago over this course and distance. Since then, he has produced a huge finish for second over 1,600m behind Full Of Joy, then finished well again running sixth in the Gold Cup. Fourth in that race was today's topweight, Packing Winner, who beat Bullish Cash home by a narrowing margin of just over two lengths, but the weight difference then was zero and today it is massive. Even with Prebble putting up two pounds overweight, his mount will receive 16 pounds from Packing Winner, who will have to be everything he has ever promised to be to win with that impost. And wet ground would hold no fears for Bullish Cash, who had two attempts on soft going in New Zealand and romped home both times. The dangers to Bullish Cash look to be the others who are in form and getting plenty of weight from the topweight - Fellowship (Darren Beadman) and last week's winner, Agility (Gerald Mosse). Fellowship may have been lucky to beat Jackpot Delight last start, but the second horse's Derby performance throws new light on the form of the race and Paul O'Sullivan's horse plummets 12 pounds for the win. For Agility, a major win would be a reward for a horse who has been genuine for a long time without making it to the top grades. Not many horses win 10 from 49 starts, and there is some argument in his form to say he is better at 1,800m than the 2,000m he won at last week.