Accomplished French rider Eric Saint-Martin has already partnered three in one night at Happy Valley - all he has to do for Triple Trio punters is get Easy Par into the first three in the opening leg of the popular exotic bet at tomorrow night's meeting at the city track. Easy Par lines up for the third event, a Class Five mile contest, and the trip is the only slight query. Towards the end of last season, Easy Par improved to win by three-quarters of a length from Blue And Gold over 1,400 metres at Sha Tin and he has come out this term to run a very promising fourth behind King Star over the same course and distance when far from fully wound up. That reappearance effort suggested very strongly that Easy Par will continue to improve as his trackwork going into the run was the work of a horse likely to need the outing. Nor do there appear to be too many chances. The other Triple Trio contenders could well prove to be Handsome Billy and Majullah Superstar who finished second and third behind Ring The Cabin in a recent Class Five event over course and distance. Handsome Billy was showing vastly improved form that night when forcing Ring The Cabin all the way to the line. But there had been positive signs in his work before that outing so it is unlikely to have been a fluke. All the same, that was a race which appeared to favour the back runners with all the pacesetters dropping out in the straight. Against that background, Handsome Billy, who was given a patient ride by Damien Oliver, did have the run of the race. In contrast, Majullah Superstar was in front from the top of the straight before finishing some three lengths behind Handsome Billy on the line. Tomorrow night there could be a lot less between them.