Fortune Maker stands out as banker material in the middle leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. There's a heap of racing coming up over the next eight days with four meetings in Hong Kong and one in Macau so keep some of your gunpowder dry. Fortune Maker, an improving three-year-old, should go very close in the fourth event, the Manawatu Racing Club Challenge Trophy, which looks a reasonably straightforward Triple Trio contest. Fortune Maker was well spoken about in New Zealand before arriving in the territory. He won well in the end last time, beating Sea Jade by 11/2 lengths over 1,400 metres at Sha Tin, and should be suited by the move to a mile. En Rapport lost very little in defeat last time when running up against a revitalised Excel Kid. The Lawrie Fownes-trained galloper is improving from run to run. He is a must inclusion in Triple Trio wagers. Pinky Long Legs has not stopped improving. He won well last time, completing a hat-trick in the process, when quickening up down the centre of the track to beat Plenty Success by 11/4 lengths. Plenty Success didn't run his race at the weekend when beaten at Sha Tin but Pinky Long Legs has thrived since that 1,800-metre Happy Valley victory in the middle of last month. The one thing against Pinky Long Legs is that when he won he did come down the fastest part of the track. Aspiration seems the other main contender. He has taken time to settle in, get acclimatised and come to hard racing condition. But last time he put in a much-improved effort when finishing strongly into fourth behind Leprechaun over 1,400 metres at Sha Tin. Admittedly, that was in a weak form race where the leaders went far too fast and set it up for the back runners. All the same, Aspiration is improving and he didn't have too much luck in running last time, either. Super Shine looks the one to rely upon in the third event now that the top Australian jockey Damien Oliver takes over from the inexperienced apprentice Angus Au, who rode him last time. Au drove Super Shine forward too early in the race last time and despite being forced to dispute the lead out three and four wide, Super Shine still rallied to run fifth to Cash Fortune, beaten just 43/4 lengths. With Oliver up, Super Shine is almost certain to get the run of the race and he should go very close to winning, let alone running in the tierce. Swifty-Swifty, given that he's likely to bowl along in the lead under four-time champion jockey Basil Marcus, merits plenty of respect in this opening leg of the Triple Trio. Mr Brinker looks in tremendous shape, as do many of Tony Cruz's runners, and he should be suited by the move to 1,800 metres. And watch out for a much improved effort at good odds from Well Known Supreme. Hercules, with the blinkers on for the first time and fitter for one run back from a spell, could be the safest option in a modest sixth contest with which the Triple Trio concludes. Onaroll won well last time and, while it came in an ordinary contest, this is not much better. Colourful World is working very well while Optic Style is looking big and well.