Don Sebastian looks solid banker material in the final leg of tomorrow's Sha Tin Triple Trio. Selecting slightly less competitive events for the world's best bet, has paid handsome dividends for the Jockey Club of late. Last weekend, without a jackpot in sight, the pool still grew to an amazing $27 million, more than vindicating senior handicapper Ciaran Kennelly's policy decision to include races with easily identifiable form favourites such as Spring Miles and Meridian Star. The public responded to this in the best possible way, with hard cash, and also showed that they don't care if they are taking on the big players even if certain sections of the Jockey Club appear to be fixated with them and closed down more telebet accounts just prior to the last two TT jackpots, presumably to make it harder for the bigger players. Don Sebastian forced one of tomorrow's main rivals, the in-form Kiwi Star, all the way to the line last time over the same 2,000-metre trip. This time, at the revised weights and given the draw, he can be expected to reverse the form. Don Sebastian was forced to challenge wide last time but is now drawn in barrier four and with jockey Wendyll Woods having put in a couple of lovely, patient rides of late on the likes of Zietengo Boy and Star Dragon, Don Sebastian can be expected to be bursting on to the scene late and full of running. In contrast, jockey-of-the-moment Weichong Mawing gave Kiwi Star an absolute peach of a ride last time, getting a dream inside run the entire way. That may be harder to find from barrier 10 tomorrow in this sixth event. Sun Dancer merits plenty of respect as he has been crying out for a staying trip. His form is rock solid and last time he didn't look an apprentice's ride. Senior local rider Jimmy Ting now takes over. Woods appears to have a decent chance in the third which opens the TT as he's aboard Top Practitioner who is usually very competitive in Class Five at tomorrow's 1,400-metre trip. Light Print appears an obvious form choice in this event, too, and he could follow the speedy Truly Delighted across from their outside barriers. Outstanding Lad has had his problems but can't be ruled out of the tierce while Shining Winner can be expected to go well from barrier one under Eric Legrix. He's been working as well as ever going into this, seemingly revitalised by the reapplication of blinkers. Green Charm could be an outsider to throw in as he appears to have improved in his work and trainer Yiu's team are absolutely flying. Canadian Champ should like the drop back to 1,400 metres while Enormous Way will be helped by the drop in grade and a return to Sha Tin. Good Time For All could prove hard to peg back in the fourth event, an 1,150-metre dash on the dirt. He's a natural banker and is worth combining with such obvious form chances as the dirt loving Destination, and Geoff Lane's progressive pair Give To Thee and The Most Dauntless. Splendid Patrol is working most fluently and could also run well while Lord Ron could go well at fair odds under apprentice Eric K. W. Lee and Sonic comes into this looking very well in himself.