AUSTRALIA'S new super jockey Damien Oliver is looking forward to renewing his association with racing in Hong Kong. Oliver, who rode in the territory towards the end of last season, is hoping to have two riding stints in Hong Kong in the coming months. He has a confirmed commitment to ride at the Royal Hong Kong Jockey Club's gala day at Sha Tin on December 11. Oliver has been booked for the mount on James Riley stable's State Taj in the Group 2 1994 Hong Kong International Cup (1,800 metres). He will also be riding Doriemus, for Lee Freedman, in the 1994 Hong Kong International Vase (2,400 metres). In addition Oliver is hoping to be invited to ride in the territory following the completion of the Australian Jockey Club autumn carnival in the middle of April. 'I really enjoyed my time in Hong Kong earlier this year,' Oliver says. 'It was really good experience. 'But I only rode three winners from 45 rides so I'll be out to do better than that, if I am invited again. 'I'd like to think that I will be and I suppose I'll know more after being up in Hong Kong for International races next month.' At 22, Oliver is already well on the way to re-writing the record books. Attached to the stable of Lee Freedman - he transferred from his home state of Western Australia about six years ago - Oliver has three Melbourne premierships to his credit. He seems set to win the championship again in the current season. Even though suspended for a month in September, Oliver has been able to speed away with a commanding lead, over Paddy Payne and Steven King, on the winners' list. In fact, there seems every chance that he will beat his best-ever total, of 71 winners in a season in 1990-91, before the Melbourne racing year comes to a conclusion at the end of July. Also, by then, he will have numerous other winners to his credit in other parts of Australia and, quite possibly, Hong Kong.