Very different race outcomes for the two horses pictured here in their cantering work last week : Waterloo Sunset went to Newmarket on Saturday and, not only having to race on very difficult ground, his race coincided with the very worst of the day's weather, with driving rain across the Heath. He simply did not get racing for Charlie Bishop from the outset, and he was well detached from most of the field for the entire race. Whatever he faces next time conditions are bound to allow him to show his talent on the track. After his Windsor experience on terrible ground last time out, Party Island was always going to relish the switch to Kempton Park and jockey George Bass reported that he skipped across the surface very well. Tony Killoran's gelding had an all weather mark of just 60, and George's claim put him into the race off a very low weight. Despite a wide draw Party Island was eased into a midfield position and then moved forward between horses from the three furlong mark. By the two pole he was five wide up the straight and entering the final furlong he was then able to challenge the race favourite with a strong run, taking him into the lead by half a length through the last hundred yards. Having been reluctant to go readily into the stalls, Party Island was eyecatching and convincing in gaining his second race win and, by outpointing the well supported favourite, there is the promise of more to come from him on the all weather this winter.