Honey Wind and City Warrior look solid banker material in the final leg of tomorrow's Sha Tin Triple Trio. The Francis Lui-trained Honey Wind is just preferred of the pair as he's been unlucky not to win his last two whereas City Warrior has received plenty of attention from the handicapper for his back-to-back successes. Honey Wind probably wasn't suited by being held up two starts ago when ridden by the British champion jockey Kieren Fallon, who reported to Lui afterwards that his promising youngster is an out-and-out galloper who needs to be up on the speed to make full use of his long stride and imposing frame. But next time out Honey Wind then had a tough run on the speed on the dirt and was probably in front plenty long enough. Since that dirt second to Victory Bomb, Honey Wind appears to have progressed in his work and he comes into tomorrow's 1,800-metre Class Three contest in tip-top condition. City Warrior has developed into a lovely, imposing type under champion trainer Ivan Allan's care and he has to be a considerable danger to Honey Wind and a leading TT contender. Allan trialled him down the straight a week last Tuesday and his gun-metal grey put in a solid effort. Others to note include Mission Sealed, Flirting Dancer who is now well graded and Charity First who has slipped to a very attractive handicap rating. Down at the bottom of the weights, Green Maple and Mabrouk could surprise. As usual the TT operates on races three, four and six with punters required to find the first three in any order in all three events. The third is a competitive Classes One and Two contest over 1,400 metres and that distance may just find out the David Hayes-trained Dance Control. Hayes stable jockey Basil Marcus rides Fortune Maker instead for Derek Cruz but this fluent track-worker is becoming a bit of a disappointment come racedays. Better bankers may be the Tony Cruz-trained Perfect Star or John Moore's Intuition. Perfect Star was a talented griffin last season and looks much fitter for his reappearance effort. Cruz, the training genius, has given him plenty of time to recover from that belated reappearance so the second-up syndrome should not come into play. Intuition has become a non-winner but then all he has to do is place. He is another who has slipped to an attractive handicap rating and he was probably in front sooner than he wanted to be when eventually third to The Best Winner last time. Racing is to be held on the C Course tomorrow and that may help him come from off the pace and run home late into the placings. Double Expresso could be the best banker in the fourth event. He had very little luck last time when repeatedly held up for a run under apprentice Sheri Kong and now has stable jockey Eric Legrix taking over. Double Expresso has been set some stiff tasks at the ratings this season and this looks to be an ideal opportunity for him. Brian Kan Ping-chee introduces one of the nicest private purchase imports seen out on the tracks this season in Gold Mark in this race and he is a must for the TT. Gold Mark raced as Linden Heights in England for Luca Cumani and, after justifying odds-on support in a Newmarket maiden, he acquitted himself well in the Group Three July Stakes at Newmarket before finding Group Two company too hot in the usually classy Richmond Stakes at Glorious Goodwood. Gold Mark's work has been very good indeed. The only slight query is the 1,400-metre trip first time out against the older horses. He's not actually three until February 28 and while Timeform states categorically that he will stay 1,400 metres (presumably as his dam is by English Derby winner Shirley Heights), he has yet to race at this distance and there is plenty of speed elsewhere in his pedigree.