Who to follow at Happy Valley On Wednesday

Horse To Follow - Island Shine

The penultimate race on the Happy Valley card is the Celosia Handicap over six furlongs and Island Shine looks the pick of the bunch and our best bet of the day.

The four year old has been in sparkling form of late with a second over course and distance in March and then he came back to the track and got off the mark for the first time.

He has gone up slightly in the weights for that run but he looks to be a very progressive gelding that should go well again.

Trainer To Follow - Jimmy Ting

Trainer Jimmy Ting only has three runners on Wednesday at Happy Valley and all three of them look to be going off at a big price and there is one we like the look of especially.

Momentum Galaxy gets the mount of Zac Purton in the Gladiolus Handicap and looks to be a very interesting character having stayed on well from the back.

He never got a clear passage over course and distance that day and still managed to gain seventh and still being on the same mark could make him dangerous.

Jockey To Follow - Karis Teetan

Karis Teetan is a very exciting jockey in Hong Kong and although the big names of Zac Purton and Joao Moreira seem to dominate the sport he really is not far behind them.

On Wednesday he has some really nice rides and we especially like two of them and may just be worth keeping an eye on them.

The first one is Methane in the first race of the day as this four year old has been in decent form of late, winning over course and distance in February and since then placing in two of his three events.

Although he is now on a career high mark he looks to be on the up, especially at Happy Valley over course and distance.

Teetan's other nice looking ride on Wednesday comes in the Carnation Handicap and the three year old Flying Genuis was a dual course and distance winner back in December and having been hit and miss after that got back to form lately.

He has finished second in his last two runs and last time out at Sha Tin showed some great pace to nearly get up late on and we believe he will go one better here.