Sunrisespectacular can continue trainer Wong Tang-ping's brilliant run on the Sha Tin dirt track and looks rock solid banker material in the middle pin to tomorrow night's Triple Trio. Ping has sent out winner after winner on the dirt, especially this season. He doesn't train them any differently. Or at least he doesn't appear to. The rationale behind his phenomenal record on the dirt may be that he has realised the dirt races are less competitive than similarly classified races on the grass and he tries to get his horses to peak for these dirt events. Sunrisespectacular actually looked a trifle unlucky not to win on the grass at Happy Valley last time when he was brought back to the sprint trip of 1,200 metres. The drop back to sprinting seems to be the key to this horse, who looked one of the very best griffins in training last season. Tomorrow night he will be ridden by the highly promising claimer Alex Yu, who scored in polished fashion on Lomond's Fay last Wednesday night to record his first winner back from a lengthy riding ban. That ban for Yu's riding of the enigmatic Action Win has since looked positively Draconian in the light of what has gone unpunished. Sunrisespectacular's stablemate, Belarus, appears to have improved markedly in his work over the past few weeks, having hinted at a possible return to form when racing down the straight 1,000-metre chute last time, and he is another to consider for the Triple Trio in the fourth event. Wong has taken the trouble of engaging Wendyll Woods, who has already done Ping proud by scoring on Sound Gallop and Mighty Prince for him this season. Hornet has very consistent form and is another with cast-iron banker claims for the in-form duo of Brian Kan Ping-chee and his popular stable jockey Felix Coetzee. Green Supreme has fair recent form and must come into TT consideration as should Charming Dragon, who goes well on the dirt and Toy Symphony, who is another consistent type. Often it is wise to build the TT assault around these consistent types or the young improving horses. Golden Phoenix is both young and improving and that improvement has been the result of a move up in distance. Tomorrow night, he tackles 2,400 metres in the sixth event, which concludes the TT, and that kind of trip could see him start to show his true capabilities. Club Jockey Jason Weaver has the mount and he will be riding with more confidence than ever following a double at the weekend. Successful Years is a consistent staying type who could get another easy run up on the speed. He is one to include. So So has been racing for senior riders this season and is worth putting in while the David Hayes-trained Saint Galore has always appealed as a staying type. But it is the opening leg, race three, which looks the hardest TT hurdle to clear. Super Conqueror could be the best banker as he's been in good form this season and might have won last time if he'd had a clear run along the far rail when only just failing to catch Sweet Win at Happy Valley. His work since has been good and he has proven form on the dirt. Over The Blues loves the dirt and Class Five is his right grade. Real Courage has put some creditable runs together of late. He handles the dirt and will probably stay the mile. He also represents Wong Tang-ping. The David Hill-trained Win Label and Peter Ho's Concert Boss look best of the others, especially with Basil Marcus booked for Concert Boss.