Only lightly raced, Win Win has displayed good ability in his four starts and comes into this off a handy display when too strong over 1000m.
Trained by David Kok, Win Win settled towards the rear for Harry Kasim, before unleashing in the straight.
Sweeping down the outside he won well and returned a new career peak in the process.
Since kept fresh (36 days) he has trialled very well in the lead up, leading throughout to score by a length.
He broke the minute mark (59.62), which you don't see very often and he looked to do it easily.
Forced to go back from the wide draw last start, expect him to be a lot more prominent from the rails draw.
Doubt they'll want to lead though and expect them to take the trail.
Never easy making the jump from maiden company, however he looks very well treated down in the weights.
When assessing Timeform weight adjusted ratings, he rates clear off his maiden win and should prove very hard to beat.
The Michael Clements trained Mardoona displayed above average ability in his maiden preparation and has to be respected in his return.
A handy maiden winner prior to a break, he has trialled three times in the lead up, all of which were only so-so.
Had it just been on form, I'd very confident he'll make his presence felt, however not sure he is back as well as he was last time in.
That being said, trust Michael Clements to have him ready to go and he remains under strong notice.
Former Australian based galloper Songgong Hera [Old Name: Warfare] has to be respected in his Singapore debut.
Previously trained by Team Snowden, Songgong Hera placed in seven of nine starts, including two career wins.
He looks well placed in Class 4 company and a market watch is strongly advised.
Of the rest the Shane Baertschiger trained Vulcan appears the next in line.Good luck and happy punting