Thank Heavens for Thank Heavens' position in the middle leg of Sunday's Sha Tin Triple Trio for which an inviting $21.2 million is carried forward. The David Oughton-trained English import was desperately unlucky last time in the race won by Winning Boy from New Trumps. The runner-up also encountered a far from trouble free run but part of that was self-induced whereas Thank Heavens was all dressed up with no where to go for a larger slice of the home straight. He didn't even earn his owner any prize money yet with a clear run he probably would have won, that's how much horse Douglas Whyte looked to have underneath him. He tackles, if anything, easier company on Sunday and should be storming home in this Class Three 1,400 metres contest. In terms of the TT, he looks an ideal banker around which to construct the bet because he's going to be very hard to beat, let alone keep out of the first three. King Confident continues to work with great zest and looks up to winning in Class Three now he's more acclimatised. Last season he was in good form for his first few races and then lost his way. He still looks fresh enough to more than do himself justice. Marquee Universal has been racing well and clearly has TT claims as does Namjong Success who might have just needed the run last time after a fair break between races. Highland Legend is open to improvement while Knight Commander, not without excuses the last two times, is now in a much more suitable race and should give a good account of himself. Red Devil lost his chance when badly checked last time while the newcomer Blazer has worked well enough to figure in this grade. Air Force One, Kowloon Jazz and Super Connections could be the three best hopes in the third race which opens the TT. Air Force One has solid place credentials and could even finally get away with a win courtesy of the Kieren Fallon factor. It would seem almost impossible for the British champion jockey to return a level stakes profit on all his mounts. For the previous two seasons, Fallon managed this and the simple explanation is that there are so many horses he can extract something extra from. Air Force One has threatened to win for some time and has run plenty of decent races without quite getting his head in front. Fallon could make all the difference on Sunday. Kowloon Jazz will get back and fly home under Freddie Sanchez and looks a handicap snip now he's down into Class Five. He's had excuses of late as he's been in events which have not suited his run pattern. Super Connections had a tough run wide and on the speed last weekend before staying on gamely in the centre of the track where the ground may have been slower. That gutsy effort came over Sunday's 1,400-metre course and distance which he evidently loves. Watch out for an improved effort from Majestic Stallion who was poorly ridden last time and also had excuses prior to that. Speedy Runner didn't handle the dirt last time and could be a good outsider. Ideal Partner, from an ideal low draw, is hard to get away from in the sixth, a dash down the straight 1,000-metre course. The other main form hopes, such as Golden Choice, Cosmo One and Heavenly Wind, who has been working brilliantly, are all drawn high. With this in mind Top Cat, who can go well fresh, could surprise from three as may Sincere And Faith from gate five. He reared and missed the start last time but was also ridden wide the whole way and did well to make late ground.