DAVID Hill's end-of-season show looks set to continue with recent acquisition William's Tact impressing in his work at Sha Tin yesterday. William's Tact has run once since joining Hill, putting up a most encouraging display when just failing to peg back Golden Era over 1,400 metres. He became very stirred up during pre-race proceedings and then badly missed the start before staying on really well to be beaten by the minimum margin. Since then he has appeared more settled and comfortable in himself and the move to a mile for tomorrow's final event should suit. Yesterday he worked fluently alongside stablemate William's Leader. There don't appear to be too many chances in the last though Wong Tang-ping's Prince Baikal must be given plenty of respect. He worked from the barriers at the top of the back straight yesterday morning and simply trounced stablemates Win Tack and Everwell Cheers in a very pleasing hitout in which he clocked an excellent mid-section of 22.3 seconds. Prince Baikal had missed work before his last run in which he was also squeezed at a vital stage behind winner, Financial Star. But he's done well since and, along with William's Tact, looks a major quinella hope. A meeting rarely goes by without the formidable pairing of Ivan Allan and Basil Marcus etched into the scoresheets. They look to have a second-to-none hope in the shape of the strapping Zedative chestnut, Camelot, in the opening event - the first griffin handicap of the season. The pick of the weights, and the main danger, is Daiquiri, but it is the two-year-old Camelot who appears to have the scope for more improvement. He put in a grand effort to run a half-length second to the classy Top-Worth last time and has gone forward in his work since then. Yesterday Marcus came down the back straight with a double handful as Camelot was always going more strongly than Prominence. Zedatives are a precocious breed - last year's star private purchase griffin, Debonair is by the same sire - so it shouldn't be so much of a worry that the two-year-old Camelot is only receiving a pound from his older opponent, Daiquiri. Tony and Derek Cruz have a big chance in the second for which their Gallant Warrior put in his best work of the season yesterday. Gallant Warrior ran his best race of the campaign last time out and is now in peak condition. There was also a very strong piece from Good Health from the barriers and he must be respected against Gallant Warrior. Stephen Leung's Lucky Record is also set to improve for this second event. He couldn't cope with the Class One-rated Look Who's Here but he did well to stay in contention. Marcus has picked up an interesting mount in Racing Ace in the third. The Tony P.H. Chan-trained gelding caught the eye staying on over an inadequate 1,200 metres last time and could surprise at this 2,200-metre trip. He has stayed 1,800 metres, has the benefit of two runs back from a break and looked in fine fettle yesterday morning when completing an easy 1,200 metres under Marcus. Gold Capture, who was committed too early last time, is holding his form well in the mornings for this event while TarnsideTurbo has been going sweetly.