Sunday's Sha Tin Triple Trio has a beguilingly straightforward look to it with standout bankers in the opening and closing legs. The controversial Seattle Sun, on whom the stipendiary stewards did a botch job of an inquiry when he ran fourth on debut under Jason Weaver, jumps out of the page in the third event which kicks off the TT. And in the sixth event which brings the world's best exotic bet to a conclusion, there's not just one potential banker but two in the shape of the progressive Yellow River and the consistent Hornet. Seattle Sun followed that headline-hogging debut run with a dominant win over 1,400 metres at Sha Tin where he sat behind a fast pace and was valuable for more than his win suggests. On Sunday he drops back to 1,200 metres and should be equally effective at that distance. He has also drawn a good barrier in stall three and should get the run of the race in behind what is likely to be the pacesetter, Gold Yue Yee. Of the others, the Bruce Hutchison-trained Red Zone is well worth another chance. Given the dominance of his exciting debut win at Happy Valley, it is almost certainly worth dismissing his last two defeats. He is probably considerably better than he's shown so far and merits definite TT respect. Skystone was a bit unlucky last time when a surprise second to William's Surpass as he had far from a clear run in the straight. He's since trialled well and appears to have thrived under Geoff Lane's care. He is another to come into the reckoning, despite his previously enigmatic ways, and would be one of the best chances behind Seattle Sun should there be any give in the track. Always Match is racing well, as is Schnitzer. They look best of the others. The middle pin, the fourth event which is a Class Two dash down the straight 1,000-metre chute is going to be the tough leg to crack, but here the likes of Fukien Boy, Best Of The Best, Bullish, SAR Tourism, Green Supreme and Heavenly Wind could be worth taking against the field. Combining these six comes to 20 bets which, if taken with two bankers in the final leg, doesn't come to too unwieldy a total stake. Fukien Boy should benefit considerably from the drop back in distance and Lane has taken the wise step of claiming 10 pounds via Roger Yu who, of course, scored that notable straight-course victory on Feel Legend. Bullish is an improving sprinter, SAR Tourism looked much improved in a recent trial, while Green Supreme loves the straight 1,000-metre run and didn't have the best of luck when second to Colourful Era two starts ago as he was carried across the track when Flying Tiger started to hang. Yellow River ran a cracker off a limited preparation last time and, providing he stays sound, could develop into a very smart performer. He's the one they all have to beat in the sixth. Hornet is as game as they get and must be thrown in from barrier three.