John Size has his young brigade fit and ready to fire first-up, judging by the way promising Fulfil A Wish and Dr Win trialled at Sha Tin yesterday. Last season's smart griffin, Fulfil A Wish made a solid impression in the second heat over 1,050m behind hard-ridden Master Rio when lengthening nicely in the straight to finish third under the guidance of Douglas Whyte. The three-year-old jumped nicely, travelled sweetly and, once Whyte asked for an effort in the final 400m, there was an instant response from the son of Commands. It was Fulfil A Wish's third trial outing and he has shown a good turn of foot in all of them. The master Australian handler has this smart-looking fellow raring to go when he next steps out on race day. Likewise, Dr Win has been showing good progress in the mornings and his effort over 1,050m in heat three was a much sharper piece of work, compared to his first trial two weeks ago behind Speedy. The four-year-old, who started the last campaign in good style, went off the boil towards the back-end of the term and Size gave him a much-needed break. Dr Win has come back looking strong and relaxed, and also travelled nicely throughout for Whyte, going to the line under his own steam behind winner Bless Us All. Another to take note from the trials was the Sean Woods-trained Royal Doctor, who caught the eye with a solid effort in the first heat behind stablemate Diamond Knight.