New Trumps, blinkered for the first time, looks ideal banker material in the final leg of tomorrow's Triple Trio at Sha Tin. There's an enticing jackpot of all but $8 million on offer and New Trumps should be steaming home and into the placings. The talented Welsh jockey David Harrison, who rose to the occasion in the Melbourne Cup by giving Travelmate a peach of a ride and then refusing to be intimidated out of holding his line in the last 200 metres, takes over from the apprentice and that looks a bonus. Indeed, Harrison had been due to ride New Trumps first time out this season when the Wong Tang-ping-trained reclassified griffin flew home late into second. Prior to that reappearance, New Trumps had been working like a much-improved galloper. He has had a slight problem at the start by being slowly away. However, he jumped better with the blinkers on in his second last trial. He should also get the race run to suit as there should be plenty of pace on. Ideal Partner is likely to take them along at a good clip, along with the likes of Thank Heavens, Silver Collector, Mr Winner and Winning Boy. These influences for speed should help Harrison bring New Trumps strongly into the race over the last 200 metres. Ideal Partner should still be included in TT wagers. He may be a doubt at the distance but is a very progressive sort and lost nothing in defeat first time out this season when second to Noble Challenge, who David Hayes considers to be a Class One performer in the making. Thank Heavens needed the run first up and should go well too, while Flags Up has been improved with racing and goes well for Alan Munro. Winningcombination is another who will be suited by the likely strong tempo and is a must inclusion. He was very badly checked last time, otherwise he would probably have been third. Red Devil, a full-brother to the very useful sand galloper in Macau, Prince of Cheerine, and now blinkered for the first time, should also be finishing the race off strongly but could still need the experience. Fortune Sallian could be the answer to the third event which opens the TT. He came in for substantial support last time and while he failed to land the spoils the money may be only lent as he's worked extremely well since. His recent gallops suggest he is more than up to handling Class Five company. Botany Bay probably needed his reappearance and is worth including, as is the improving Empire Court who should be hitting the line strongly. Word From Rome is racing well, as is Smooth Edge. The fourth, a Classes Four and Five 2,000-metre contest, looks a tough middle pin to the TT. There is a full field of 14 and the only two that may be discarded are Charisma and Golden Phoenix. Golden Double comes into the race off a very strong trial. The apprentice, though, is a huge worry as he's a tough ride and claimers in staying events can be a short cut to the Work House. Sky Hawk is back in form, though better chances may come from the progressive Antonhill Boom and the well handicapped Mr Brinker, Tremendous Way, Jade Lake and Darley who had no luck last time. Surprise Surprise should have won at the Valley last time and has never raced better. Guscott has solid form claims, too. Winning Touch could be a risk at the trip but is not out of it by any means, while Sea Pearl did have the run of the race when winning last time. Chief's Fortune should have nearly won last time but was stopped in his tracks shortly after straightening when hard on the bridle. However, this is harder.