Beauty Flash added his name to an already crowded Dubai Duty Free field when he won the Group 1, $770,000 Queen&rsquo;s Silver Jubilee Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday. Ridden by Gerald Mosse, he came from just off the pace to lead inside the quarter pole and held gamely in a stiff drive to defeat Sunny King by a half-length, with former Hong Kong mile champ Good Ba Ba back in seventh. The time for the one-turn seven furlongs on good ground was 1:21.74.\r\nVIDEO: Watch Dubai racing live from Meydan &ndash; get free PPs and bet with DRF Bets\r\nThe victory for Beauty Flash, trained by Tony Cruz, was his third in a row and came in a distance dropdown. In December, Beauty Flash had beaten an international field in the Group 1 Hong Kong Mile. On Jan. 30 he prevailed by a neck over Sunny King in the one-mile, Group 1 Stewards Cup. Now regarded as the best miler in Hong Kong, if not the entire Far East, Beauty Flash, a gelded New Zealand-bred son of 2000 Guineas and King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes winner Golan, will head straight to Meydan for the 1 1/8-mile, $5 million Duty Free on March 26. Trainer John Moore is contemplating supplementing Sunny King for the Dubai Golden Shaheen at 6 furlongs on Tapeta.\r\n◗ In her 3-year-old debut at Hanshin on Saturday, Japanese juvenile filly champion Reve d&rsquo;Essor cruised to a four-length victory in the $865,000, Grade 3 Tulip Sho. Yuichi Fukunaga brought Reve d&rsquo;Essor, a daughter of Agnes Tachyon, from ninth place in the field of 12 to record a handy 1-10 victory over the 11-1 Rice Terrace, clocking 1:34.50 for the mile on firm ground. Trained by Hiroyoshi Matsuda, Reve d&rsquo;Essor will go next in the one-mile Oka Sho, or Japanese 1000 Guineas, back at Hanshin on April 10.