IT'S Triple Trio time again tomorrow on Sha Tin's nine-race grass card. For the uninitiated, you must pick the first three in any order in races three, four and six, and to keep you stake down to manageable proportions you really need to find a banker or two in each race. This means taking one horse as a standout to definitely run in the first three, with however many others that may run into the placings. In the third event it should pay to keep the Tony P. H. Chan-trained Rabbit Bo Bo safe as he looks to have been prepared specifically for this race. He was noted going particularly well in a recent jump out with stablemate Sunflower and is primed to run well. His trainer has been in tremendous form and it always helps to follow the stables that are hot. At the opposite end of the local training spectrum, Wylie Wong has been having a tough time of it. He has taken the trouble of booking champion apprentice Simon 'Hong Kong' Yim for his confirmed stayer Chung San in this opening leg of the Triple Trio and it would be no surprise to see them figure at the finish. Chung San is very fit after a number of barrier trials. Then there is the Ivan Allan-trained Zakarad who has come back this season showing much more zip in his work compared to 12 months ago. John Moore's Something More is the likely big improver in the fourth. He has been outpaced in the early stages of his races over shorter distances, but was noted hitting the line hard on both his most recent outings and he really flowed in his final gallop under Greg Childs yesterday morning. He should be ideally suited by the move to 2,000 metres which should also benefit the David Hill-trained Pleasant Win. If you're still in the Triple Trio running by the time the sixth comes along then you could do worse than centre your bets around the Stephen Leung-trained Super Fellow. The Australian gelding worked with tremendous dash on Tuesday morning and should be ideally suited by tomorrow's 1,400-metre trip in a field where there don't look to be too many chances. There were two trials on the main all-weather surface yesterday and they were both dominated by Geoff Lane. Way Ahead has not stopped improving since moving to Lane and he impressed in taking the second heat from another Lane acquisition Viva Icta who was woken from his trackwork slumbers by this trial. First trial: 1, SHINING WINNER (D. Holland); 2, Rocketeer (H. K. Yim); 3, Magic Joy (K. c. Chan). Others (in finishing order): On The Beat, Streak Of Dawn, Don Pedro, Africa Star, Applause For Me. Time: 1.08.8 (23.6). Distances: 31/2 lengths, 33/4 lengths. Winner trained by Geoff Lane. Second trial: 1, WAY AHEAD (K. C. Chan); 2, Viva Icta (D. Holland); 3, Diamond Treasure (W. H. Tse). Others: Sure Win King, Outerwear, Super Team, Increased Speed, Top Seed. Time: 1.08.4 (23.2). Distances: 3/4 length, 31/2 lengths. Winner trained by Geoff Lane.