JOHN Moore made one of the great recoveries of last season to get back and tie the trainers' championship with David Hill at the final meeting of the campaign. He is currently 10 adrift of Ivan Allan in the standings and his dream of four consecutive titles looks unlikely to materialise. But Moore is a thorough professional and he'll be trying for every last possible winner until the curtain falls on June 5. The way his team shaped yesterday, he certainly looks to have a couple of likely winners waiting in the wings. Take his private purchase griffin, Faisca, in the opening event. The son of Kenmare is still only a two-year-old which may earn him a nine-pound concession from the three-year-olds but it also places him at a definite disadvantage as far as maturity is concerned. He was slowly away yesterday but raced up strongly round the bottom bend and was the only one in the race to mount a serious challenge to 6-5 favourite Quick Action. At one point, about 300 metres out, it looked as if it was going to be a close run thing before Quick Action cleared away for a cosy success. Still it was no mean performance for Faisca to get within 13/4 lengths of him. The way Faisca kept on to the line suggests that he will do even better when moved up from 1,200 to 1,400 metres. In the second event Moore's Phantasy Way showed that he is poised to come back to the kind of form which saw him win twice last season. He came storming home from a long way back to run a close fifth and should be spot on in his next couple of outings. He is particularly effective when the long straight is in operation.