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John Size has first overseas Success in his sights as Hong Kong graces world stage again

The general sentiment around Hong Kong’s Dubai World Cup night contingent has been one of hope rather than expectation, but the honest Sight Success has a few people talking ahead of Saturday’s showcase at Meydan.

While Japanese megastar Equinox and American dirt monster Country Grammer – the reigning Dubai World Cup champion and favourite to repeat – have commanded much of the attention at Meydan this week ahead of their tilt at much richer races, it’s not gone unnoticed how many boxes Sight Success ticks ahead of the US$1.5 million Group One Al Quoz Sprint (1,200m).

That the six-year-old, who sits just behind the top echelon of speedsters in Hong Kong, has drawn the favourable barrier 13 for the six-furlong dash down the Meydan straight has only added to the momentum that sees him listed as a $6 third favourite in fixed-odds markets.

There’s also the Ryan Moore factor, as well as the influence of a man with a significantly lower global profile but who’s equally revered by those familiar with his achievements – John Size.

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