It may not make the final Olivier Doleuze highlight reel alongside Good Ba Ba's third consecutive Hong Kong Mile victory, but yesterday's front-running display from the French jockey on Super Horse was certainly worthy of the short-list. Trainer Michael Chang Chun-wai's move to step the three-year-old up to a mile for the first time in the Sea Eagle Handicap (1,600m) reaped immediate rewards care of a beautifully crafted ride from Doleuze, which denied his chasers any hope. 'Super Horse is turning into a nice one, Michael has taken his time stepping him up to the mile and brought him along steadily,' Doleuze said. 'I was wondering before the race about the pace, and Michael left it up to me, but he jumped so well that there was no way I was going to drag him back. 'He's a big, long-striding horse, and he's shown me that he is very flexible in regards to where he is positioned, so I was happy to be able to let him stride.' The final margin may have only been a neck to Tony Cruz's hard-chasing runner-up Let's Goal, but Doleuze had stitched the race up in the early stages, and suggested afterwards his three-year-old has further improvement to come. 'Super Horse was very brave at the end, I think fitness-wise he still had a little margin for improvement after a short break, so he certainly wasn't 100 per cent fit for this race,' Doleuze said. 'He's a nice horse, I think he can go up in both class and distance next season, and I also think he will like the dirt. He seems to roll around on the all-weather very nicely in the mornings.' Doleuze has notched up 27 victories for the season and sits mid-table on the jockeys' premiership in what has been another solid term of results for the Frenchman, who will fly to Singapore next Sunday to partner the Robert Collet-trained Royal Bench in the Singapore International Airlines Cup at Kranji.