All Happy can start punters off on the right foot by running into the placings in tomorrow night's third event at Happy Valley. This is the opening leg of the hugely popular Triple Trio wager for which a jackpot of $10.19 million is carried forward and for which the first three have to be found, in any order, in races three, four and six. It is a tall order, hence the attractive jackpot which will see the big computer teams also sprint into action. All Happy returned to form last time when sent out down the straight 1,000-metre course at Sha Tin. He was only just run down by the seemingly very well graded Inner Circle and from barrier six should be able to confirm the form with one of tonight's main dangers, the David Hill-trained Allura Red, who must jump from gate 12 on the extreme outside, as well as the enigmatic Omnipotence. Top Australian hoop Damien Oliver stays with All Happy as the horse his retaining trainer, David Hayes, sends out, Cutlass Perfection, is always ridden by Danny Lee. Cutlass Perfection is probably best down the straight 1,000-metre chute at Sha Tin but he possesses more than enough ability to take a hand in this Class Five event. Allura Red must still enter Triple Trio consideration as he's been racing well and his stable is generally in good form. Swifty-Swifty should appreciate the drop back in distance in the fourth event in which he looks the natural leader. Swifty-Swifty has been racing most consistently and should have the run of the race out in front. He looks banker material. Good Tension continues to thrive for Stephen Leung and can't be left out while Cash Fortune now appears to be at his peak. Multi-Pro stayed on well last time over 1,400 metres and should be near his peak for the sixth event which features a pretty modest field. Zeus has been racing consistently, Glory Of Pakistan was badly checked last time and Everwell Cheers put in a big run last time when fourth to Diamond King. Everwell Cheers was checked 21/2 lengths on the bottom bend that night and did well to make up ground and run fourth.