Art Francais won with such authority on the dirt last time out that it has to be thought he can justify banker status in the opening leg of tomorrow night's Sha Tin Triple Trio. The mixed dirt and grass affair at the New Territories venue constitutes the Jockey Club's reprogrammed meeting following Tropical Storm Cam. The crowd will almost certainly be small and make for all the atmosphere of an airport car park - at night. The turnover is likely to be significantly less than if the meeting had been reprogrammed to, say, before the International Races. Add in the fact that there are now four meetings in eight days and the decision to race tomorrow is at best risible. But there are still winners to be bet and TTs to be solved. Art Francais won in a hack canter last time, loves the dirt and looks capable of handling the stiffer grade. He's again drawn out wide but that isn't necessarily a bad thing on the artificial surface as they go hammer and tongs from start to finish at this 1,150-metre trip. The pace allows them to get home and it is much easier to get home on the outside than on the inside as there is much less kickback with which to contend. Topweight Abba loves the dirt and should go well. He's also very well suited to Class Three. He'd be the banker if he'd had a run under his belt. He did trial well last week so if you fancy him as your banker then crack right on. Midas should give a good account of himself from gate 14. English jockey Alan Munro seems particularly effective on the dirt and his mounts can often poke their noses into the tierce at decent odds. Honest Dragon is working as well as ever as is Good Time For All. They merit TT respect, while Floral Regent should be rated better than his finishing position suggests from Happy Valley last time. The topweights should dominate the fourth event, the TT's middle pin and a Class Three mile contest. Hong Kong Vitality has been working well for Andy Leung Ting-wah whose string appear more forward this season compared to previous campaigns. Bellagio is a progressive sort and William's Surpass has been very unlucky the last two times. He probably wouldn't have won on either occasion but he would have finished at least two places closer but for meeting interference in the home straight. Lomond's Fay remains on a good mark, despite his first-up win, compared to his best form of last season. Big Mac will like the blinkers going back on. He was poorly ridden last time. In the sixth, and going down the card in this Class Four 1,400-metre turf race, All Satisfy, Metro Traveller and Beauty Fountain could be the three to beat. They are all working well and All Satisfy and Beauty Fountain have extremely strong form relative to this race while Metro Traveller is the type to improve on his griffin efforts from last season.