Undefeated gelding from the John Size stable who looks well placed to make it four wins from as many starts.
He’s shown and endless amount of talent in his three career starts winning them all by a combined margin of 10 lengths.
He’s a very straight forward horse, expect Purton to take him straight to the lead where he is comfortable and make his own luck from there.
The Wolf expects this galloper to be winning himself directly from Class 3 into Class 2 racing.
Recommended Bet: Hot King Prawn to WIN.
Debut winner at Sha Tin last start when leading from the front and a repeat of that effort here should see him prove very tough to beat.
Last start he led the whole way over this course and distance and with another positive ride he should be able to repeat that performance here.
He rises eight points in the ratings system which will see him carry 60kg, but against a field of this calibre the heavy weight shouldn’t pose too much of a threat.
Recommended Bet: Sparkling Dragon to WIN.
Last start placegetter from the Peter Ho stable who should be fit enough to win here.
Dylan Mo takes the reins again here which adds confidence and The Wolf is expecting him to find a very soft lead.
He’s won over this course and distance before and if he can pinch a few lengths turning for home he’ll prove very tough to catch.
Recommended Bet: Turin Pearl to WIN.
Last start winner who looks well placed to make it back to back wins over a course and distance he loves.
He’s drawn awkwardly in barrier 14, however this isn’t a concern as he’ll get back and run on anyway.
The Frankie Lor Stable is flying at present and The Wolf expects his rich vein of form to continue with Imperial Concorde scoring back to back wins.
Recommended Bet: Imperial Concorde to WIN.
Last start placegetter who should relish the step up to 1200m on offer here.
Last start he ran an eye-catching second at Sha Tin behind Premiere; who is 3/3 in the 2017/18 Hong Kong racing season.
This form reference is outstanding for a race like this and having been sent out as the tote favourite last start suggests he has more than a few admirers.
He’ll get back in the run but with the long straight at Sha Tin he’ll have enough time to let down and chase down the leaders in the final furlong.
Recommended Bet: House Of Fun to WIN.
Ex-Australian trained gelding who did everything but win last start at Sha Tin.
He was wayward in the straight last start with his head turning to the side causing him to run all over the track.
Had he knuckled down to the task last start he arguably would have won the race.
Expect a similar ride again from Karis Teetan, and the fact that Karis is remaining on-board the horse a good a push that Super Hoppy is a serious talent on the rise.
Recommended Bet: Super Hoppy to WIN.