Trainer SY Lim’s Be Safe broke the ice in fine fashion in Race 8. The six-year-old by Court Command was in close touch with the early leaders and made the move at the top of the straight to beat Wahash in a convincing manner. Keep a close watch for more wins to come. Trainer Stephen Cook’s Big Bank bears watching for more wins judging from the win in Race 10. The six-year-old by Chance In Time, came with a determined challenge in the run home and staved off a late challenge from Lim’s Keyway to win close home. Trainer Frank Maynard’s D’Great Supreme looks set to race in better company, judging from the win in Race 6. The five-year-old by O’Reilly came with pulverising run at the closing stages of the race for a third win in a row. Premium Rush a versatile sort judging from the thrilling finish to beat Aljawhra at the shadows of the winning post in Race 6. The five-year-old by Remind was tested for the first time over 1200m, came from behind, gradually moved up along the rails and came with a driving finish to win. Trainer Lawson Moy’s War Dragon (middle horse) displayed a tip top performance in the Supreme A event over 1200m in Race 7. The five-year-old by Battle Paint was tucked in midfield spot most the journey and railed on gamely to beat Affleck at the post. Trainer Frank Maynard’s Fantastic Eclipse should break the ice soon, when flashed home a good second to The Crown Jewel in Race 7. The four-year-old by Iffraaj was well up with the pace and threw out the challenge in the run home but was denied the win at the post.