A devastating sprinting performance by unbeaten youngster Little Bridge has connections confident that he can take a huge leap in class to tackle the best in the world in the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Sprint in December. Trainer Danny Shum Chap-shing and jockey Zac Purton believe the progressive speedster can make the necessary rating to qualify for the feature sprints - and then give some of our established stars like Sacred Kingdom, Happy Zero and Green Birdie a run for their money. 'I'm very keen to get him into the international race now,' Shum said. 'He won on a rating of 78 today, but that will probably be up around 90 after that win and I think if he can win a couple more times leading into the International Sprint Trial he should earn a start in the big race. 'It will be interesting to see how he matches up with the best sprinters, and I am very excited to see how he will go,' he added. The Faltaat four-year-old made it three wins from as many starts down the straight 1,000m course, belting Jun Dao by 3 3/4 lengths, with a further 1 1/2 lengths to Longwah Rising in third. Purton was most impressed with the win, which saw him bag a double, narrowly claim the Jockey Challenge on countback, and extend to a two-win lead over Brett Prebble on the jockeys' table with six wins from three meetings. 'I only thought I was coming here with two chances today, so it was lucky that they both won,' Purton said of his narrow Jockey Challenge win. 'Little Bridge is certainly up to taking on the best, he will run the 1,200 metres no problem and he's just so professional and relaxed when he travels. 'I think he can eventually get 1,400 metres, but we don't want to test him too early. I know there is a huge engine there when I need it, but I just wanted to let him lob along behind the leaders today, as he did in his recent trial, and he made short work of the leading pair after they cut at each other out front.' Purton has ridden the exciting youngster to all three wins, and while he admits to being one of the horse's biggest fan's, he also fears the International Sprint may come just a touch early in his career. 'If the race fell three months later that would be perfect,' Purton said. 'There is a possibility his lead-up and the jump in class will be a little rushed, but if he can get himself into the top grade by December, then he will tell us if he is ready to take on the best.' Purton completed a race-to-race double after guiding Real Supreme to an earlier win in the Shantou Handicap (1,400m) for trainer Peter Ng Bik-kuen. 'The fast pace certainly helped him, as he is a bit of a grinder, but when he got going he kept up a good sprint and was able to hold off the favourite United quite well in the end,' Purton said.