GEOFF Lane has his biggest team in training and in Darryll Holland a stable jockey for the rest of the season. Their new-found partnership opens at Sha Tin tomorrow night with Lane providing Holland with two mounts that have been working most encouragingly over the past fortnight or so. The ebullient English rider made a winning debut in the territory 12 months ago and has every chance of hitting the ground running with either Owner's Bliss or Laureate in tomorrow night's first two races. Owner's Bliss, like so many horses that change stables, appears to have improved since joining the Lane camp. He was noted staying on strongly on his seasonal debut to snatch third behind Adamant and his work suggests that he has progressed from that run. The opener features a number of horses that have been catching the eye in their work. John Moore's debutant Moon Dancer has been going at least as well if not better than Sunday night's scorer, Palace Glory, in a number of gallops and should go close despite the lack of experience. Then there is Optic Star from the Wylie Wong camp. Wong has had a tough time of it over the past season or so and a win from Optic Star would be a real boost. He's certainly put plenty of work into the gelding who has edged out the solid Class Three performer A Secret Weapon in a couple of strong hitouts. Holland's best chance of victory has to be Laureate in the second. That may seem strange as Laureate has yet to win in Hong Kong and has begun to look something of a perennial loser. But the blinkers are fitted for the first time tomorrow night and they have really livened him up in the mornings. There's been an added zest to his work, the only worry is that he may pull too hard in them over tomorrow night's 1,800-metre trip. There's a $12 million pool carried forward to the Triple Trio for which the Lawrie Fownes-trained Conticasta looks banker material in the opening leg. He will have relished yesterday's torrential rain and is going better than at any time for well over a season. David Hill also has Amza Glory going very nicely for this Class Two handicap. The fourth event, the middle pin of the Triple Trio, is a veritable nightmare for punters and may well ensure the innovative bet is not won outright. Certeza, the likely favourite, has trained on well in that indolent way of his in readiness for the fifth. However, he will be priced accordingly along with District Relative though the latter has not made anywhere near as much progress as may have been hoped. There are plenty of chances in the last. Kick The Habit has progressed for his good first-up effort behind Way Ahead and could give Jimmy Fortune his first winner in the territory.