A dominant victory for Able One in the Group Two Cathay Pacific Jockey Club Mile gave big-race trainer John Moore a clean sweep of the Group Two races in the lead-up to the International Group Ones next month. Moore boasts an excellent hand leading into the biggest race day on December 12 after bagging the Cathay Pacific Jockey Club Cup with Irian last Sunday, before One World shared the honours with Rocket Man in the Sprint, and Able One destroyed his Mile rivals. Darren Beadman was the toast of the town after rating Able One a treat to beat the Caspar Fownes-trained Thumbs Up, before sharing victory on One World in the Jockey Club Sprint. 'Darren was allowed to dictate that race on Able One today, and the opposition can't let him have an easy lead like that. If you give him that sort of start you won't pick him up,' Moore said. 'Thumbs Up must have produced a huge sprint to take ground off him at the finish the way he did, but Darren was just able to do as he liked and it was game over at the turn.' Beadman was quick to deflect the credit for the win to his mount, who has bounced back from serious injury troubles in his earlier years to become a force to be reckoned with over the Sha Tin mile as an eight-year-old. 'He loves his work and he loves his racing and, even though he was very injury prone a few seasons back, he seems to be all the better for being lightly raced now,' Beadman said. 'Able One dictated from the word go and really travelled sweetly the whole way around. 'He used to race a lot keener, and even now he looks like he is travelling a lot stronger than he actually is in the run. I could ride him on a piece of cotton at the moment, he is that relaxed.' Stablemate Viva Pataca, ridden by the newly arrived Englishman Neil Callan, sprinted strongly from the rear to finish fifth and is now likely to be set for the Hong Kong Vase (2,400m) to avoid clashing with Collection and Irian in the Hong Kong Cup (2,000m). 'Has any trainer won three of the international races on the one day before?' Beadman asked. 'John might be a chance to do it the way his horses have been performing in the lead-up races. His stable certainly looks to have the measure of the local horses.'' Thumbs Up was the only challenger making any serious in-roads into Able One's lead, and Brett Doyle was buoyant about his mount's finishing burst. 'Even though we came up short, his run was very pleasing,' Doyle said. 'The slow pace obviously wasn't going to suit him, but he finished off well.'