Born To Win looks standout banker material in the final leg of tomorrow afternoon's Triple Trio during a tremendous day's sport at Sha Tin. Trainer Peter Ng Bik-kuen often comes up with a decent horse and he appears to have done so again with this highly promising son of Royal Academy. Born To Win was a more-than-useful griffin last season. And while he disappointed a little first time out this term, that was down the straight 1,000-metre chute. He had won down the straight as a griffin, but that was against much easier company. It was significant that he failed there towards the end of last season. But he showed his true colours when pushed to 1,400 metres last time out and forced the classy Hunting Lad all the way to the line. The result was in the balance until the last 25 metres or so. The pair pulled well clear of Willie Way, who has since franked the form by coming out and winning. The fourth home, All Thrills, has also acquitted himself well since then. Born To Win's form looks rock-solid and he has pleased in his work since that run, too. And his jockey Patrick Payne is a master at getting them to a challenging position without expending any extra energy. That is a plus factor in the Triple Trio when you are not looking for the bankers to win, but simply run in the first three. In the context of running into the placings, every little bit helps and Payne is certainly a jockey to have playing for you rather than against you. Chiu Chow Boy did not have the best of runs first time out, but appears to have progressed well since then. His trainer Lawrie Fownes and jockey Wendyll Woods are on the crest of a wave. Chiu Chow Boy is also better back at Sha Tin and he looks one of the main hopes. Aipoder has been putting in solid efforts and has to be considered with Zambezi who was badly in need of the run at Happy Valley last time and is much better at Sha Tin. And Mount Kosciusko looked unable to stride out on a very fast and firm track last time. The track is likely to ride with more cushion tomorrow as the new winter grass has been sown and that could help him run into the placings. He has trialled well recently. The opening leg of the Triple Trio, the third event, sees a Consistent Win rematch against Kewins. They clashed towards the start of the season with Consistent Win running out an emphatic winner. Kewins has won well since and Consistent Win has looked an unlucky loser. One of the best sports-betting systems around is to back the original victor in boxing rematches. Statistically they have something like an 80 per cent success rate. In this equine rematch, Consistent Wins, who has been flying in the mornings, is taken to confirm the form with Kewins, who has also improved and has never worked better. It is likely to be closer than first time out, but Consistent Wins can just hold him. Telecom Prince is improving all the time and has to be considered as does Medic Pearl who appears to have progressed significantly for his reappearance run. He worked particularly well last Saturday morning. The Triple Trio's middle pin, the National Panasonic Cup, sees some of the best horses in training clash, including last season's Derby winner Oriental Express against stablemate and Champions' and Chater Cup hero Indigenous. But it is the griffin star, Victory Mount, who is banker material. He has flown since his reappearance run behind surprise winner Shinnecock Hills when the front runners were not favoured by the searching pace. Indigenous looks so much stronger this time round and could storm home late. Alex Wong Siu-tan has kept Fastest Star to mainly slow work and the only time he has let him go he worked all over Supreme Goliath. Fastest Star appears to be in the pink and should be respected. Special was value for more than his narrow win suggested last time. He was badly inconvenienced at the start and should be suited by the move to 1,400 metres. Watch out for Citadeed because he was closing strongly in the same race when the door was shut in his face. He has never worked better.