Tomorrow night's Triple Trio is decidedly small beer compared to the $74 million jackpot carried forward to Saturday night's but, all the same, it is there to be won. For those new to the greatest exotic bet ever invented, it operates on races three, four and six and requires the first three to be found, in any order, in all of these events. The likes of Bravado, Big Treasure and Sky Time stand out as the three against the field in the opening event. Bravado has improved throughout the campaign for trainer John Moore who has his team in typically tip-top condition for a late-season winning surge. Big Treasure had a few problems earlier in the term, not least that he was too high in the handicap scale. The handicappers took a harsh view of his griffin form and it has taken until now for him to come right and hit a fair rating. Sky Time is also improving, underlining that with a highly creditable third to Gold Capture and Money Come-In last time out. His trainer Francis Lui has done really well since taking over the licence from the suspended Tony P. H. Chan and will be ultra keen for Sky Time to oblige under Eric Saint-Martin to bolster his own already strong case for a full trainer's licence next term. Majestic Conqueror is a winner waiting to happen over farther than this 1,400 metres. He is ridden by the very inexperienced 10-pound claimer Carol Yu tomorrow night and is worth watching closely in running with a view to a future punt down in Class Five over a mile or preferably farther. Echo Bay looks the natural banker in the fourth as there is no doubt he would have won if he'd stayed straight, instead of hanging violently left at Happy Valley last Wednesday night. Basil Marcus now replaces Piere Strydom and if trainer David Hayes has his way, he will have the whip super-glued to his left hand. Port Hope, after a good break, has been brought back and set specifically for this race by Lawrie Fownes. Saladin has been looking for this trip and caught the eye last time under his apprentice. Charity First continues to improve in the mornings and must also be respected along with the progressive Jade Lake, while Virtus Pride hit the line strongly over 1,800 metres last time and should get the 2,000 metres. The blinkers for the first time could bring about the necessary improvement in Speedy Fun to see him run into the placings in the sixth, the final leg of the Triple Trio. The blinkers worked for Applause For Me last time but this is now harder. Sound Lover has very solid form credentials and is now over his ideal 1,400-metre trip. He is a Triple Trio must. Milky Way is very hard to go past in the fifth, the concluding leg of the Double Trio, which also takes in race four. Authorised is improving and should also run well.