Handover can anchor the final leg of Sunday's Boxing Day Triple Trio at Sha Tin. The Bruce Hutchison-trained four-year-old has put together four most consistent and improving efforts so far this season. Last time he looked particularly unlucky in the competitive handicap won by Highland Legend over the same 1,400 metres he tackles on Sunday. Ridden by Kieren Fallon, he was flying home, only to be impeded on his run before eventually running three lengths fourth. It was an eye-catching run and his best career effort to date. He's done plenty of work since - and done it more than well enough - and Hutchison has taken the trouble to book Douglas Whyte in Fallon's absence due to suspension. Namjong Success finished just ahead of Handover in third and comes into the reckoning again on a point of consistency. Lucky Goal should find this a bit easier than last time while Speed Win is another who's been racing well all season and is suited by these Class Four, 1,400-metre contests. Espresso was backed for all money on International Day and only just failed to bring home the bacon. He's not an easy ride though and, unlike a number of these, is not the most consistent. Freddie Sanchez now takes over from Mick Kinane. Little Plaything is always competitive at this trip but Good Message has more to do. Spot On had to work very hard on International Day and is now drawn inside rather than outside. He remains a query at the 1,400 metres, though. Heavy Weapon had a torrid trip at the Valley last time and could be a good outsider with the inexperienced apprentice on board. Golden Choice, who goes well for Alex Yu, looks best of the others. Recognition, Full Throttle, Grenadier, Fortune Prizes, Diamond Talents and Turbojet could dominate the third event which opens Sunday's TT. Recognition should relish the drop into Class Four and this is probably his best trip. He's been notebook material on a number of occasions this season. Full Throttle has been unlucky not to win the last twice and now has the accomplished Steven King back on board. He could be the best banker. Grenadier should love the move up in distance. He's a lot better than he's shown so far campaign. Fortune Prizes has now come to himself. He was probably committed a bit too soon in the run on the dirt last time. Diamond Talents is blinkered for the first time and needed the run first time out this season. He can be expected to improve. Turbojet is worth one more chance now he's back at Sha Tin. Sun Shine River, En Rapport, Master Magic and High Sky should go well in the fourth, the TT's middle pin. The mile should help Sun Shine River, as should a likely solid pace. En Rapport put in a big run at the Valley last time where he would have gone close but for a bad check when closing strongly in the straight. Master Magic is in peak form as is High Sky who should also like the expected solid tempo.