Botany Bay looks a nailed on banker from barrier two in the middle pin of tomorrow afternoon's Sha Tin Triple Trio. With no jackpot on offer, the powers that be have selected full fields of 14 for all three of the TT events - races three, four and six. And it is Botany Bay who looks the outstanding form chance in the fourth. He's only run twice in his life, but both of his runs had considerable merit and he's always worked as if capable of holding his own in Class Three, let alone against tomorrow's Class Four opposition. First time out he would have finished closer but for being badly hampered and last time he showed tremendous fight to rally for second behind all-the-way winner Fortune Tycoon, keeping subsequent dual scorer Classic Boy out of the quinella spot. That second came over 1,400 metres and the way Botany Bay dug deep in the last 200 metres suggests he should relish the move up to a mile. He also looks open to a fair bit of natural improvement and his work since has indicated he's gone the right way. Trainer David Oughton appears to have found him a fairly uncompetitive event by Class Four standards because often these Class Four events can throw up three or four Botany Bay-type runners and prove very difficult to fathom. Of the more experienced runners, Canadian Champ was probably made too much use of last time and looks a chance at odds to run into the placings. Basketball Leader can't be dismissed either while Cigar King may reverse Happy Valley form with Koh-I-Noor, not just because of the weight swing but because he may be more suited to Sha Tin than the Valley. Hara Hara ran too freely over a longer trip last time and could be suited by the shorter distance. Seattle Sun, Satisfaction Smile and Happy Success could be the three to take against the field in the sixth event which concludes the TT. Seattle Sun had no luck whatsoever on his reappearance down the straight 1,000-metre chute when caught up in early scrimmaging as Triple Expresso came across from an inside barrier and then blocked again, with Seattle Sun having to be switched before running on strongly to the line. With the blinkers off there is every reason to think he will see out the 1,400-metre trip. Satisfaction Smile might well have beaten Shadeyiev but for being blocked for a run at a vital stage last weekend. He was hampered by as much as he was beaten, if not more, though it is hard to know how much he would have found if it came to a fight as he hasn't been the bravest in his Hong Kong career to date. But he did run a good second and a good third prior to that and clearly has strong place credentials as far as the TT is concerned. Happy Success bounced back to form on the dirt last time but is equally effective on the grass and his overall form reads well. Calculation has been racing well but may not be moving quite as freely as he was going into his last-start placing on the dirt. Those looking for an absolute bolter to throw in could do worse than Best Win, who could just be coming back to himself after a prolonged spell on the sidelines due to a bleeding attack. Dolbridge looks the natural banker in the third. He has improved with each run and lost nothing in defeat last time behind the useful youngsters Fortune Dancer and Top News. He should also be suited by the move to a mile as he looked just a trifle short of toe over 1,400 metres last time, keeping on at one pace to the line. Spartan could go well at fair odds in this opening leg of the TT. He's down to a competitive mark. Owners' Glory could be the big improver. He's bred to relish a mile plus and was by no means knocked about on debut when running promisingly over 1,400 metres. He's always looked a nice type with a touch of quality about him.