Confirmed dirt specialist Abba looks ideal banker material in the middle leg of tomorrow night's Sha Tin Triple Trio, for which there is a jackpot of $7.4 million. Last time out Abba met his Waterloo courtesy of an outside barrier. Tomorrow night he's drawn much more favourably in barrier five and has struck what appears to be a weaker race as two of the serious form dangers, Mighty And Gold and Speed Win, have to jump from barriers 14 and 13 respectively. They are going to have to work really hard from out there to get into the race whereas Abba, to be ridden by jockey of the moment Robbie Fradd, should have a much easier trip throughout on his favourite surface. China Red is the dark horse in this 1,150-metre fourth event. The Andy Leung Ting-wah-trained galloper was backed for all money over a mile at Happy Valley last time. He led but didn't finish off his race. But he's always been a good worker and has looked very much at home on the dirt when whizzing through his trials. The dirt could be his surface, so expect a big run from him and a big run from the Leung stable in general between now and the end of the season. He appears to have his team in great shape. Good Spirit might have won down the straight last time with a clear run and has the basic speed to handle the dirt. The likes of Namjong Success, Key Largo and Sonic have all been racing well enough and merit TT consideration, too. If the track is riding good or better then Turbojet, a cracking type, could take plenty of stopping in the third which opens the TT. He was brought undone by a wet track last time, patently not going a yard on it. Prior to that he was always on the speed before recording a facile success and should again get the run of the race. He is prone to flying the gates under Felix Coetzee and while Gold Flask might lead from three, Turbojet could well be getting a lovely trail behind him and kicking when Coetzee wants to. Full Throttle has been most unlucky on any number of starts and comes right into this, as does the Tony Millard-trained Lynx who likes Class Four and looks an ideal ride for Kieren Fallon. If anyone can galvanise Lynx it is he. Eternal Fun is improving and should like the move to a mile, while Star Of Tai Po can't be ruled out of third. David Harrison appears to prefer Eternal Fun to Wishes, on which he suffered a badly slipped saddle last time. However, Wishes remains a solid tierce contender. Good Job can improve for the move to a mile. He's had plenty of excuses, while Return A Smile is bound to go better back at Sha Tin. Handbag's Honour, Shadeyiev, Island West Treble and Meridian Star could be the four to take against the field in the sixth which concludes the TT. Handbag's Honour should like the Class Three company and is blinkered for the first time by trainer Ivan Allan. Shadeyiev is well handicapped on his best form of last season, goes well for Fallon and comes here off the back of a strong second to My Heart. Island West Treble is improving all the time and should relish the move to a mile. Meridian Star did well to win last time as he was wide all the way, is also improving and also gives the impression that a mile will suit.