Sure Win King has class on his side in the final leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio. The Gary Ng Ting-keung-trained gelding was plagued with niggling injuries last season but did run a race full of promise in the campaign's very final event. He was repeatedly hampered at the top of the home straight, losing several lengths, before storming to the line to finish fifth of 14 behind Right Way against a field of competitive Class One milers. His opponents that day included not only the admirable Right Way but also the improving King Of Flash, the useful if temperamental Shinnecock Hills, Super Freighter, Super Team, China Cruise, Auto-Matching and Magic Joy. Tomorrow, Sure Win King is officially in a Class Two contest for the first time in a long while. Indeed, while he is still rated in Class One, on a handicap mark of 87, trainer Ng takes advantage of the voluntary demotion scheme to race him down a grade. To Sure Win King's advantage, he is the only Class One performer in this field. What's more, he has been set for this race by Ng, who after watching Sure Win King run that luckless fifth behind Right Way, went on record to say he would be trying to prepare his good-looking son of Straight Strike for an early-season contest, hoping to race him down a classification. In order to have him fit enough to exploit this opportunity, Ng has put two trials into Sure Win King and on both occasions he has gone well. And from a Triple Trio point of view, it must be remembered that he only has to run into the first three. There can't be any complaints about Sure Win King's handicap mark. He started last season from a mark of 104 and races tomorrow from a rating of 87. Keep a careful eye on Supreme Universe in this event. He could go well fresh and run into the tierce though he will really come into his own when tackling 2,000 metres or farther in a couple of outings time. He was a most progressive stayer last season and has been shaping really well in the mornings for Alex Wong Siu-tan and Larry Cassidy. On Tuesday, Supreme Universe powered away from Concert Boss, looking on very good terms with himself, and the stable has started brightly, sending out a double at Happy Valley on Wednesday night. David Hayes' Fun And Smile heads the list of others to note from the track. He has been impressing in his work for the best part of a month and will lack nothing in fitness. Euro Dollar has also looked good, moving fluently for Brian Kan. John Moore's recent acquisition Gainsborough's Boy stands out as the Triple Trio banker in the third event which opens the innovative exotic bet. Gainsborough's Boy has gone extremely well since joining the former multiple champion trainer, not least on Tuesday morning when having appreciably more zip about him than his stablemate, Gagne Vite, who has also been shaping encouragingly. It is nothing short of amazing how often a stable change works wonders for a horse and Gainsborough's Boy, now down into Class Four, should take plenty of beating. Sunnyland has a fitness edge and should be respected as should Super Fellow, who has a good record over course and distance, and Shining Winner, one of the more forward of the Geoff Lane string. Nightstalker is hard to assess. He has bags of potential but is returning from a pretty serious bleeding attack. Tony Cruz has Pinch The Devil looking immaculate for the middle leg of the Triple Trio, the fourth event. He must enter into calculations as should World Leader who has looked much improved for Hayes. Laser Star could win in Class One in time, especially back at the Valley, while Straight Way is an improving type, Zambezi is the type to go well fresh, Optic Fashion has a good attitude and is race fit and Top Performance has never worked better. Lane's Innovation, a first-time out winner last season, is just preferred to Blazing Ballad in the Hong Kong Country Club Challenge Cup, which is the fifth event and the concluding leg of the Double Trio.