Trainer Lawson Moy’s War Dragon should garner more wins after a great show in Race 10. The nice looking four-year-old by Battle Paint made the challenge in the final 300m from home to beat Tom King very well. Trainer Shane Edwards’s Truson has proved beyond doubt as a top class miler in the local circuit after an impressive win in Race 5. The seven-year-old by Al Maher was in midfield spot till the home bend and came with a pulverising run at the finish to beat Stick Seeker in a convincing manner. Trainer Mohd Sukri’s Cuban Heel broke the ice in fine fashion in Race 3 on Saturday and should be heading for a better company soon. The nice looking four-year-old by Havana Gold was well handled by Jockey Y Aify who was in close touch with the leaders till the final run for home to beat Ready To Rule. Take note of Charles Leck trained Premium Stars judging from the impressive third to Black Thorn in Race 8. The seven-year-old by Guilltoine was in midfield till the home turn and threw out a determined challenge at the finish but could not the match the winners burst of speed at the post. Sir Henry trained by Charles Leck who finished second to Trumps Up in Race 10 should be noted at the next outing. The four-year-old mare by Danehill Express took the lead from the start but could not sustain when was beaten at the post. SB Tan trained Ateej is surely a top class material after a commendable win in Race 8. The four-year-old by Equal Stripes was in handy spot most of the way and came with the usual characteristics run on the outside to beat determined Sun Lion.