World Leader can help to put the David Hayes camp back on the right track by running a bold race in tomorrow night's sixth event which concludes the hugely popular Triple Trio wager. Hayes, a former Melbourne and Japan Cup-winning trainer, has only trained one winner so far this season from 41 throws at the stumps. But that bare statistic conceals more than it reveals as Hayes has been forced to endure a luckless run of seven seconds. Indeed, no other trainer has sent out more second placegetters than he so far this season. That provides little comfort to Hayes who is used to sending out winner after winner after winner but it is for Triple Trio punters who are just looking for bankers to run into the first three. World Leader is not well drawn tomorrow night as he has to jump from barrier 11 in this 12-runner, 1,200-metre contest. In many ways that's just about the worst barrier possible. But again, in the Triple Trio the search is only for a horse to run into the first three. And there are many more things for World Leader than against him. To begin with he will be ridden by the top Australian hoop Damien Oliver. He also has the advantage of having had a run, and thirdly, he has been improving with virtually each and every piece of work. He ran well on his reappearance when fourth to Basic Instinct without having the best of luck in running and such is the progress he's made since that outing that he is taken to reverse the form with the fast-finishing Donizetti who ran second. Solid Gold should do better back to 1,200 metres from 1,400 metres and must also come into the reckoning. Apprentice Stanley Chin could make it win number five for the season on Moon Dancer for his new guv'nor John Moore in the third event, which opens the Triple Trio. Moon Dancer had a very torrid trip last time when ninth to Sir Barnley over tomorrow night's course and distance. He totally blew the start and was then forced wide and all the way round his field. Against that background, it is a run which is best forgotten. The Hong Kong Amateur Athletic Federation Gold Cup is run for the first time tomorrow night and makes up the middle pin of the Triple Trio and the opening leg of the Double Trio. A surprise banker here could be the Patrick Biancone-trained Sensible Choice, who was responsible for a brilliant gallop on Saturday when holding his own against his top-class stablemate, Deauville. Hayes' Super Missile jumps from barrier two and must be a chance given that he's four pounds better off with William's Tact for the shortest of short heads, having only been caught in the final strides by William's Tact last time. The fifth event concludes the Double Trio. Super Gain has been primed for a first-up win.