ENGLISH handler David Oughton enjoyed a highly successful campaign last season and is almost certain to do so again aided, not least, by the presence of the world's finest rider, Mick Kinane as his stable jockey. Oughton has already sent out the progressive Congratulations to land a considerable touch this season and yesterday there was plenty to like about the way the way his team worked in general. Oughton sends Invincible to the Valley for his season reappearance in tomorrow night's fifth event over 1,800 metres. Invincible has done plenty of work, had a trial and yesterday looked sharp as he galloped from the barriers in company with his talented but at times recalcitrant stablemate, Owners' Success. They went the length of the back straight in a solid piece suggesting that Invincible should be included in tierce and quinella bets tomorrow. The other good workers for this fifth event have been Mount Sapphire and Sir Barnley. Oughton also sent out star private purchase griffin Hussar for one of his first strong pieces of work of the season at Sha Tin yesterday morning. The imposing son of Danehill came through 1,200 metres in company with Congratulations in a Rolls-Royce smooth one minute 20.3 seconds under W. H. 'Rambo' Tse, looking every bit as good as he did when sauntering home down the straight 1,000-metre course on his only start of last season. Ivan Allan's All-Winners has done plenty of work in readiness for his reappearance in the night's second race over 1,235 metres. He easily outpointed stablemates Horse Supreme and Our Champion yesterday morning in a speedy workout from the barriers and has to be a big quinella chance. Last start winner Clear Classic sprinted up well enough for Neville Begg and Darren Gauci for this race while Alex Wong Siu-tan's Fighting Strike appears to have come on well for his reappearance effort behind Clear Classic. He is very adept round the Valley's 1,235 metres and is likely to finish much closer this time.