Giltspur could be a value banker in the opening leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. The David Oughton-trained galloper has shown a liking for the Valley's mile trip in the past and could make a bold attempt to lead all the way under apprentice Win Chung in the third event. On his last few starts Giltspur has had plenty of excuses as he got bogged down on the dirt last time and prior to that led at a breakneck speed at Sha Tin. Tomorrow he should get a much easier lead. Chung seems to get on particularly well with Giltspur who can bowl along at the head of affairs carrying just 112 pounds. Be A Friend has been racing very honestly and seems to go well for apprentice Richard So. He has to be considered, as does Second To None who is more than useful down in Class Six. Gold Crystal hasn't had much luck on either of his past two starts and should run a bold race as should the improving Genuine Pearls who found the Class Five company too tough last time but should be much better suited to tomorrow night's affair. Bambi went particularly well for star English rider Alan Munro at the Valley two starts ago when only just run down by handicap snip Majestic Conqueror. They look banker material in the fourth which is the Triple Trio's middle leg. Country Lad is very competitive in Class Five and has to be respected. Grand Vefour is a similar case, while Win Label is nicely positioned down at the bottom of the handicap scale and can always place. The sixth event, the Hong Kong Golf Club Centenary Cup, is a cracking sprint with which to conclude the Triple Trio. To lead is so often to win in these 1,000-metre Valley dashes where speed is of the essence. To this extent the likes of Raymondo, Songs Of Innocence and Grassland Star should dominate, with Grassland Star the one who is likely to get the rails run from barrier three. Silver Collector looks the best of the others.