The best way to tackle tomorrow night's Triple Trio on the Sha Tin dirt may be to concentrate on a group of confirmed all-weather specialists in the sixth event. Down the card, the five to focus on may prove to be Trader Joe, Alexandra Palace, Concert Star, Real Good and Bond. This is taking a chance on leaving out the likes of Equikit, Race To Honour, Craig's Pride and Namjong Success. But in the last leg in particular, due to the presence of the consolation dividend paid on the first two legs, it is best to go thin. With most players having a fairly limited TT budget, they can't all go in. And those at the top of the weight scale have achieved their dirt successes against superior opposition to those at the bottom. Trader Joe and Real Good had some decent scraps last season on the dirt, as indeed did Alexandra Palace. They all appear to have been set for this race and the intensity of the competition in which they prospered is on another level to that under which Race To Honour et al have done their stuff. Concert Star's grass form has been hamstrung since a wide-margin and impressive dirt victory, which is why he gets the nod now he's back to the dirt. Bond recorded two sprint victories on the dirt before being outsped over 1,150 metres last time. The way he rattled home gave every indication that a dirt mile - tomorrow night's course and distance - could be his ideal trip. Mr Brinker, in the third event which opens the TT, may be a viable alternative anchor. He loves the dirt, kept on strongly into third last time in a much tougher contest than this, and is ideally suited by the 1,800-metre trip. He is drawn out wide in 13 but the draw is much less important at 1,800 metres on the dirt than over the dirt mile. The similarity with the Valley mile and 1,800 metres is uncanny. What's more, he habitually gets back in the run anyway. Trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee has booked the predatory Frenchman Eric Saint-Martin, whose stalking style should be perfect for Mr Brinker. Equine Supremo has good dirt form and should also like racing in this Class Five company. Sincere And Faith is one of those free-going types who is always going to go well on the dirt. Talking of free-going types, the Geoff Lane-trained Perfect Fun is a very interesting runner in the fourth, the TT's middle pin. He is racing in the best form of his life and looks the clear natural leader in the race, more so than Tambora Star. Perfect Fun is also such a brilliant worker that he should love these dirt contests. Telecom Chief, unlucky not to finish closer last time, is another flashy worker who is worth including on the dirt, as is Perfect Fun's stablemate Flags Up. Big Mac is a confirmed dirt specialist and one of the main hopes, along with Perfect Fun. He won well on the dirt two starts ago and his recent run at the Valley can be almost forgotten as he was checked and blocked from pillar to post. In a tough contest, Luck And Fortune comes into the equation as he likes the dirt and the 1,800 metres, while Chirag has been racing consistently well in strong contests without quite making the placings. Speed At Will has more to do.