Leading South African jockey Douglas Whyte could be the key to unlocking tomorrow's Triple Trio riches. There's a mammoth $45.96 million jackpot carried forward and the prospect of a final TT pool of $70 or even $80 million. Whyte has top chances in the fourth and sixth events, the second and the final legs of the world's best bet. Whyte partners Faithful Assurance for his retaining trainer Ivan Allan in the fourth and this son of Citidancer is going to take some keeping out of the placings. He should benefit from the move back up to a mile and definitely from the drop into Class Four. He was noted staying on strongly last time over 1,400 metres in a tougher race than this and should also appreciate jumping from barrier 13. A slight bias to the outside appeared to develop during Wednesday's Sha Tin programme due to the track having been pared right back for laudable safety reasons. This could again happen tomorrow. Racing is on the 'B' Course with the rail back in from Wednesday night. So to begin with there will be a strip of fresh ground. It's just a question of how long that will last. It could even mean that there are two places to race. One on the fence and the other right out wide in the straight. Faithful Assurance seems best when away from other horses and he'd become a good thing if there was any rain. Happy Moment seems right back to his old self and should be respected, though the other TT banker could be Alex Wong Yu-on's Beauty Fountain now that he steps up to a mile. The son of Chariot has finished all his races off well and looks potentially better than Class Four over a mile or farther. Barrier 10 should also help to keep him out of any trouble as he's not the quickest early on in his races. Dragon Power had a tough trip last time and is worth another chance at this mile. He'd previously gone firmly into the notebook over sprint trips at Happy Valley. People's Choice, yet another finally getting the trip he's been looking for, appears best of the others. Brilliant Leader appeared unlucky not to win over a mile under 136 pounds in an admittedly low Class Five event at the Valley last time. He's taking on a more competitive Class Four field in tomorrow's sixth event but he does drop to 120 pounds and he should be suited by the 1,800 metres and a return to Sha Tin. He was badly shuffled back as the field swung into the final turn at the Valley last time and must have lost two lengths, yet was only beaten a head on the line by Popular Acclaim. Ironically, Whyte, whose swooping tactics round his field won the race for Popular Acclaim's connections, is now on Brilliant Leader. Don't give up on Supreme Warrior. He's better than he showed last time and has worked as well as ever in readiness for this. Super Gain has been racing well and would benefit from any outside bias that may develop through the day. Plenty Success looks to be facing one of the easiest fields he's met in some time, while Smooth Edge did very well last time and Merry Star should relish the extra distance. Lynx has had plenty of excuses in recent runs and should give a good account of himself in an uncompetitive Class Three third event with which to open the TT. Key Largo should have finished much closer last time in the race won by Surplus from Taurus but was badly blocked for a run. Pasha is poised for a return to form, while the likes of My Friends Say, Super Fit and Bravissimo all have chances at the top of the handicap.