Leading trainer David Hall showed he has plenty more ammunition in the can with his stable dominating yesterday's barrier trials at Sha Tin and suggesting he will soon be adding to his tally of 17 wins this season. Hall had two of the eight heat winners - Blaze King and Gallopy - but also sent out a number of stablemates who caught the eye as well. Blaze King jumped straight to the lead, was tractable in the centre of the track and held the field with ease to claim the first heat (1,000m) in a sharp 58.7 seconds, cruising through a 23.3 for the final sectional. The last-start winner may not be at flash odds when he steps out next, but you would rather be on him than against him over the short course. Stablemate Gallopy was shaken up over the final 150m to win his 1,000m trial and recorded a final section of 23.6 seconds in an overall slower time of 59.9 seconds, but the lightly raced galloper will derive plenty of benefit from this effort. High Point has yet to make his first appearance since being transferred to Hall, but he finished second behind Multiglory, and was another runner to follow. He raced behind the speed and made late headway between runners under a tight hold from jockey James Winks to complete the 1,000m heat in 59.40 seconds. Hall's newcomer Fionn's Dragon was also impressive in the final heat over 1,050m on the all-weather track. The Stravinsky gelding was quickly into stride before being restrained to the rear of the field rounding the bend. Fionn's Dragon made late headway under his own steam, with Brett Prebble steering him in behind the leaders on the way to the post for sixth place. His only start was over 1,000m at Happy Valley on November 18, when he was outpaced early before making minor late headway in the race won by Happee Gift. Sean Wood's Derby prospect King Dancer was nicely held together in winning his heat over 1,600m in a time of 99.1 seconds. He looks to have held his condition nicely and will only improve from that trial.