MUNDANE equitrack cards at Happy Valley are not normally ideal hunting grounds for future winners but Happy Landing has what it takes to be a winner in the near future. Happy Landing handled the equitrack surface well enough but he can be followed when he gets a start at Sha Tin and preferably over the longer sprint there or even 1,400 metres. Although he does possess pace, Happy Landing is not an out-and-out minimum trip sprinter but will come on from this run. It is merely a matter of time for Diamond Treasure who was in the same third event as Happy Landing, both of them finishing behind topweight and handy winner Super Bomb. Diamond Treasure invariably runs well fresh and did so in this Class Two, 1,030-metre event. But he is certain to come on a lot from it and will be winning soon. Palette Star surprised with his win in the fourth event and he could easily be winning again. It may not have been simply the equitrack surface that he took to but the fact that he has really come to himself. It is reasonable to suppose that he will benefit from this outing and can be safely followed - particularly as this was a pretty hot Class Three contest. In the same race Charity Spirit ran promisingly and looked in need of it so his third placing - admittedly some way from the first two over the line - had merit. Aspire was all the rage in the opening event but like many young horses striking equitrack for the first time, had his problems. His eventual fourth placing was quite reasonable and he will be well up to winning on grass.