Horses for courses, and that means Lik Rambo as the banker in the opening leg of tomorrow night's Happy Valley Triple Trio. The Peter Ho-trained six-year-old has an outstanding record at the city venue and that counts for plenty. His last two starts there, for instance, have resulted in highly creditable second placings and a repetition of his second to Joint Account last time should be good enough to anchor TT bets in this third event for Classes Two and Three performers over 2,200 metres. As for Joint Account, he now finds himself nine pounds worse off with Lik Rambo for 2.25 lengths and could be a risk. He is also ridden by the promising 10-pound claimer Roger Yu. However, these staying events are a big test for the apprentices with so many tactical decisions to be made. Nansen has been racing out of his skin this season and would have won more comfortably last time but for being denied a clear run on the top bend and then again as they hit the home straight. Supreme Universe should get the solid pace he needs and he is another to merit serious TT consideration. His stablemate, Tremendous Way, is racing in top form and he should also be staying on strongly. David Oughton runs Legitimate and Fortissimo. Both have claims but preference is for the Mick Kinane-ridden Legitimate. Leading local apprentice Alex Yu gets his chance to shine against the cream of the world's jockeys in the fourth event, the middle pin to the TT. Yu partners the in-form Laureate for Geoff Lane and he looks a reliable TT banker. Yu rides the Valley well giving, for instance, The Rich Man every possible chance in a competitive handicap at the Valley on Saturday. Jewellery Star is in the pink and lost little in defeat when just failing to catch Hong Kong Vitality over a mile last time. Eric Legrix has drawn well in that his mount, Popular Acclaim, is at the right end of the handicap. The son of Citidancer has more than enough natural ability to win such a race as this, never mind placing. Smooth Edge loved the move up in distance to score over 1,800 metres last time. This is tougher but he won so well that he must be respected as must Dull Lead who looks open to improvement. Winning Touch looks best of the others. Heavy Weapon goes really well at the Valley mile and could well be the best banker in the sixth event which concludes the TT. Dance Detail could be the big improver in the race now that he is moved up to a more suitable distance. River Dance has solid form claims, too.