Inventor looks hard to keep out of the placings in the middle pin of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. The Lawrie Fownes-trained galloper has been a model of consistency this season without quite managing to get his head in front. He has also been racing in strong form events, much stronger races than he now finds himself in. The only question mark is how he'll handle the idiosyncratic city circuit now that he's in against seasoned campaigners. He should be all right as he's reasonably drawn and he has enough basic speed to travel towards the front and get himself out of any trouble that may occur. Po On Power and King's Glamour are other strong form contenders for this fourth event over the Valley mile. Po On Power appears to have a little more improvement to come and is very much at home round the Valley. King's Glamour is a must TT inclusion as he's the type who can always rattle home into the placings. This is especially the case tomorrow night, where it looks as if there should be a solid speed on from trap to line with Right On likely to take them along at a good clip. Cossack looks best of the others, though it could be worth throwing in Miss Piggy at good odds. The third event which opens the TT has a tricky feel to it. It's not much better than a Class Six contest in which case Powernamic, who has good recent Class Five form to his name, looks as good a banker as any. He showed at Sha Tin last time that he can run out a strong mile and he has the basic speed to take up a position despite jumping from barrier 10. Sweet Win needed his reappearance effort but looks reasonably handicapped on a number of runs and merits respect on that basis. Toy Baron has really come to himself of late, like so many of the horses in trainer Andy Leung's stable, and could be best of the others along with Super Conqueror, who also appears to be in the pink, and Money For You, whose trainer Brian Kan is in superb form. Snip Pour Roi's second to Yellow River reads very well and should be good enough to see him home into the placings in the sixth event, which concludes the TT. Snip Pour Roi also clocked a very smart Topspeed figure, relative to his rating, when scoring two starts ago in Class Five. It's a Topspeed figure which confirms his competitiveness in this higher grade. Plentiful Harvest hasn't had any luck of late and is worth throwing in along with the newcomer Seattle Sun who has trialled promisingly. Lucky Lord ran third despite being checked last time and, along with All-Winners, appears to be best of the others. Yue Yee Master looks to have improved since running last on debut but could need farther than tomorrow night's 1,200-metre trip. Diablo was beautifully ridden by Brett Doyle when scoring in an easier race than this last time.