John Moore and Darren Beadman were the men of the moment at Sha Tin on Sunday when landing a treble of winners each, including Group Two races with Able One and One World, and the stable won't be far off the celebrations with talented newcomer Ming Hoi Glory. Ming Hoi Glory was given an easy time in two lead-up trials on the turf (October 19) and dirt (November 2). He started at odds of 24-1 in his debut on the all-weather track (race two). Beadman went forward from gate 10 to attack the leader Grand Store to his outside, wrested the lead at the 250m but was collared in the final few strides by late-fancied Lucky Tycoon, who enjoyed the box-seat run. The lack of race fitness took its toll on the New Zealand-bred three-year-old in the final 50m, but he will come on significantly for this run. It was no surprise Ming Hoi Glory took to the dirt as the female side of his pedigree was littered with dirt specialists in North America. He's by the sire Stravinsky, a European sprint specialist in his heydays on the turf, out of a sprint winning Grindstone mare on the dirt, who is a half-brother to Pocus Hocus, a Group Three winner of six races up to 1,800m on the dirt and a Group One second. The trainer had success with the breed with Master Magic, a versatile private purchase griffin who was conditioned by Moore to reach a career-high of 97 in the ratings for five wins and 14 placings up to 1,800m on both the all-weather and turf. The turf courses should not pose a problem either as his second dam was the smart Cadabra Abra, who was a double Group Three over 1,700m on the turf from 10 wins on the US circuit. With such a versatile pedigree and the good looks and a nice action to boot, Ming Hoi Glory should turn out to be a good bread-and-butter performer for the stable. Stablemate Final Answer shouldn't be far off a big effort as well. The British-bred three-year-old was not suited by the crawling pace, but was clawing back the margin to finish a half-length away from knocking off favourite Mr Celerity for third in the Class Two Chek Lap Kok Handicap over the 1,200m. The lightly raced son of Kyllachy showed good promise for two wins and a second over the 1,200m from five starts last season and should take some beating next time out with this run under his belt. Goldmen Y Y - nearly halving his quote to jump at 27-1 - caught the eye with a good burst under the guidance of Vincent Ho Chak-yiu to grab a placing in the Class Four Tong Fuk Handicap over the 1,400m behind Just Fantastic. The Alex Wong Yu-on-trained five-year-old took some time to find his feet last season, but found the board to nail his first win over the 1,800m in June. The son of New Trumps and a Zabeel mare appears to have matured and muscled up during the break and need to be kept safe over the mile or 1,800m.