Honey Wind is tomorrow night's Triple Trio anchor in the final leg of the popular exotic wager on Sha Tin's mixed card. The Francis Lui-trained four-year-old contests an 1,800-metre dirt event and that looks the perfect surface and distance for him. He's a relentless galloper and he should be able to lead or sit just off the pace under multiple champion jockey Basil Marcus. Indeed, the South African rider looks the ideal engagement for Honey Wind as Marcus excels on these horses that race up on the speed. They should go a decent gallop with the likes of Kowloon Jazz, Grand Prize and Diamond King all capable of taking them along at a good lick. But all are suspect and Marcus and Honey Wind could be rolling to the front approaching the bottom bend and prove very hard to run down from there on in. Giant Fight's only win has come on the Sha Tin turf but he's probably more adept on the dirt than the green stuff. A fast-run race over 1,800 metres should see him finishing strongly and into the placings. He's a must TT selection. Fireball put in an improved effort last time and is another who has run well on the dirt in the past. Charity First has slipped to a useful handicap rating, while Golden Double loves the dirt and should go well in the blinkers he wears for the first time. The third event, a Class Six mile race on the dirt, presents a few problems as the opening leg of the TT. Easy Par, another Lui-trained runner, looks one of the better hopes as he's had excuses his last two runs when not doing badly. The mile will test him but he may just last home on the dirt whereas on the turf his stamina reserves would almost certainly give out. Smart Dragon is another to merit close consideration, as is Peter Ng Bik-kuen's Light and Bright. Other chances are Fit For Royalty, Partner, Win Label, Winford and Winning Kid. The likes of Colourful World, Real Courage and Concert Boss should give a good account of themselves in the fourth event, the TT's middle leg. Good Putt and Barish look best of the others.