There's a poetic justice about tipping Hole In One as the anchor for tomorrow's Sha Tin Triple Trio for which there is a fantastic $73.3 million jackpot. A Hole In One and a successful TT wager are such rare birds which it is hoped come to all golfers and race players once in their lifetimes. If it comes tomorrow then the chances are the dividend will be whopping as the final pool looks likely to top the $200-million mark, but don't forget there's another $100 million jackpot on Wednesday. We live in interesting times. Hole In One has put together an excellent sequence of efforts without actually winning. Last time out he worked overtime in the first half of the race and did well to run third to City Fortune over the Valley mile. As well as having arguably the best form, he should also relish the return to Sha Tin and the move up to 1,800 metres. Dr Win is going to have plenty of supporters and Tony Millard is quite capable of extracting further improvement from him. Goldchin Best should love the move up to 1,800 metres and is a youngster with some scope for improvement. He didn't handle the Valley last time. Magic Hands and Express Lot look best of the others. Normally in the staying contests it is best to side with the bottomweights but tomorrow's fourth event, the middle pin to the TT, is a Classes Three and Four affair where the topweights appear to be headed places. Chirag, Oriental Treasure and Sea Pearl all appear to hold outstanding form claims, with The Establishment another clear form pick. Aspiration, now with two runs under his belt after a spell, looks the other one to consider. The Hong Kong Jockey Club clearly wants the TT to be won this weekend and has thus used a 12-runner event as race six, which concludes the world's best bet rather than the 14-runner Class Six contest which is programmed as race two. Golden Air immediately jumps off the page for the sixth as he's now up to 1,400 metres and is blinkered for the first time. This impressive griffin winner failed at the first time in open company but didn't help his chances by jumping path marks where the 1,000-metre chute joins the course proper. This won't happen round the turn and the blinkers appear to have given him an extra edge at trackwork. Dolbridge is the other one which leaps off the page. He needed his recent outing over 1,200 metres and was noted staying on promisingly into fourth and will be all the better for the outing. Of the others William's Surpass is now very well handicapped, the griffin Happy Century won well but will find this tougher, Island West Treble didn't appear to handle the wet last time and Marquee Universal, although not a battler, is quite capable of placing.