Spring Miles stands out as banker material in Sunday's opening leg of the Sha Tin Triple Trio. It is all very much a case of 'after the Lord Mayor's show' as there is no jackpot to compete with the offerings of $73 million and $100 million dished up for the past two TTs. So Wednesday night's meeting probably saw the last, for this season, of the Triple Trio fever whipped up in the press - but not by the Jockey Club itself and certainly not by its audio-visual department. The David Hayes-trained Spring Miles won at the top of Class Four last time and is now at the top of Class Three for Sunday's third event. But he could hardly have been more impressive last time when scoring by a most comfortable 4.75 lengths from Explosive Power, despite drawing barrier 14 and having to race by himself and arguably on the wrong side of the track for much of the way. The fact he backs up so quickly suggests he is now over the training problems which caused him to miss most of the season. And his early-season form, plus that last-start demolition of his rivals, has marked him down as at least a Class Two sprinter in the making, never mind Class Three. As for his work, well he has beaten everything Hayes has thrown at him and that includes his top of Class One stablemate Helene Express, whom he made look positively pedestrian in one jumpout. Helene Express, by the way, is in Sunday's end-of-season staying championship, the Champions & Chater Cup. Projectstar just failed to catch Eternal Start for second last time behind cosy winner Success Magic. Projectstar has worked well since, appears to be on the upgrade and should go close to placing. Romantic Symphony should be suited by a return to the straight track over which he made a well-backed winning debut. His work has been good. Hayes sends out banker material in Meridian Star in the fourth, too. Meridian Star has excellent form credentials and may not have stopped improving quite yet. The move up to a mile should suit Lucky Sabre, who can handle the move from griffin to open company. Seven Glory has strong form claims and watch out for a better run from Koh-I-Noor, who might have just needed it last time. Kowloon's Blessing had no luck last time and needed it prior to that, having missed work. He should go close while the other griffin, Millennium Supreme, should relish the move to a mile. Generally this is a tough event as Brilliant Lad has form claims, too, as do Return A Smile, who is better than he showed last time, and Harmony Prince, who now appears to be on a competitive mark. Mughal Palace, Feel Legend, Somluck, Chutzpah and Brilliant Way could be the five to take against the field in the sixth event, which concludes the TT. Mughal Palace had no luck last time but should be able to go forward and get across well enough to place from barrier 14 on Sunday. Feel Legend, Somluck and Brilliant Way are all racing consistently well while Chutzpah didn't get the best of rides in the first half of the race last time and could go better.