Trainer Lloyd Kennewell is bullish about Viddora's chances in Sunday week's Group 1 Chairman's Sprint Prize (1200m) at Sha Tin.
The star sprinter arrived in Hong Kong following an impressive fourth in the G1 Al Quoz Sprint at Meydan on March 30.
Kennewell was thrilled with her run in Dubai and claims Viddora has thrived since getting to Hong Kong.
"I thought she ran terrific at Meydan the other night. She ran a gallant fourth, they ran really quick time that night on a softish track," Kennewell told Racing.com.
"Yeah, (she's settled in) really good. She's obviously been there for a few days now and she's really enjoying herself.
"Paddy Bell's travelling with her and he actually thought that she probably got into a bit of holiday mode post-race in Dubai. Since then it's been business-like for her arriving in Hong Kong.
"She did a little bit of a workout (Tuesday) morning and he was extremely happy with her. All reports are she's in great shape, her weight's well, she's got a good blood count.
"I'm really happy and looking forward to it.
"I think she's going to go into this race a little bit tighter, a little bit stronger, better off around a bend, and the firmer (the track) the better and they tell me it's going to be firm."
Now six, Viddora has had 31 starts for nine wins and eight minor placings. She has won two G1s and $2.85 million in prizemoney.
"It's been good for a lot of people, including my family and myself," Kennewell said.
"I think we've looked after her well and she's returned it in spades with everything she's done.
"We're really proud to say that we've trained her and looked after her as well as we can.
"She's not Winx but she's our Winx on a different level."
Meanwhile, Hugh Bowman has been booked to ride Santa Ana Lane in the Chairman's Sprint Prize.
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