DIAMOND Coast, the favourite for the fourth event, will win before the end of the season. He was travelling well in the 1,650-metre event, particularly as the field swept up the Rock. But he did not significantly improve his place until the straight when some progress was made along the rails. He was a good last-start winner and is better than his bare fourth indicated last night. Stick with him. There was a top run from newcomer Kaapargen in the opening event where he came from a long way back to finish third to handy winner Action Time. The reclassified griffin has been around for over a year and had problems with a vein in his neck but seems to have come out of it well. He is a young horse coming good at the back end of the season and can be followed. The run of River Serein in the same race also had merit and she could be seen to advantage over more distance. Certainly looking for more ground and likely to win a suitable race is Most Delighted who ran a good race after a lengthy break to take second to runaway winner Men's Pride in the sixth event. Most Delighted almost certainly needed the run and will be so much better with this under his belt. As his best form is at Sha Tin and over 2,000 metres and more, Most Delighted is one to keep on the right side of as we approach the final weeks of the present season.