Punters who backed warm favourite Floral Joy II didn't have long to wait in the Castle Peak Bay handicap (1,000m) to find out their fate. The HK$28 favourite began slowly as he often has previously, but was a shadow of the horse who won his past three starts, with apprentice Marco Chui Kwan-lai reporting to stewards the horse wouldn't stretch out from soon after the jump and it soon became detached from the field before running a long last. Stewards reported the horse to be an early 'roarer', which has been made public previously, and he pulled up lame in the left hind leg. The race, meanwhile, fell to the Size-Coetzee team with Holi Ravioli (Felix Coetzee). The gelding is unbeaten in two starts for Size, and the trainer was confident that it wasn't the finish for Holi Ravioli just yet. 'I thought before his first run that he would improve for it - whether he won or not - and after that race he did very well,' Size said. 'He felt stronger in his work and seemed to be full of confidence, not worrying about anything. That's shown in his performance today and there might be more to come with him yet. He's still only had a handful of starts.' Coetzee said he was always confident of winning in the run, with Holi Ravioli travelling comfortably chasing Profiting Champion. 'With the 114 pounds, he was always going to be tough to hold off and really, the race came down to the two leaders even quite a long way from the finish,' he said.