Long-serving trainer Lawrie Fownes has the improving four-year-old gelding Flight Of Fancy primed to take all the beating in the third event on TVB Cup day at Sha Tin tomorrow. Flight Of Fancy is still a maiden but looks a logical banker in the competitive-looking 2,000-metre contest, which opens the Triple Trio. He put up a terrific effort over the same course and distance last time out, when this one-paced sort was caught three wide for the entire trip but ran on to finish second to Iron Tycoon. It was a gallant attempt in defeat, and it was also encouraging to note that he had finally put some consistency together. Iron Tycoon renews rivalry tomorrow and for the two-length margin is only one pound worse off with Flight Of Fancy. Having drawn well again, Alex Wong Siu-tan's gelding also rates as a good chance in this event. Champion trainer Tony Cruz has an interesting entrant in Wonderful Life, who is stepping up considerably in distance. This lightly-raced type, who is only having his third start, should relish the move to 2,000 metres judging by the way he finished last time when fifth behind Good Friends over 1,400 metres. It was an outstanding effort, and the form of that race has held up well with Integrity, who was third, winning since. Alex Wong Yu-on's Drifting Away has fallen down the ratings rapidly this season, having started on a mark of 56, and this Class Four event is a good deal weaker than the races he has been contesting recently. In a considerably more difficult fourth event over 1,400 metres, Wong will be hoping for a change of luck with Telecom Prince. This consistent son of Marscay, who has won over course and distance, was seriously hampered last time out when searching for an inside run. Ace Of Pace has been thereabouts all season, and would have to be included once again, while John Moore and John Egan team up with Good Message, who is ideallly drawn in barrier one. He has picked up prize-money on every start this season and it is hard to see him missing the money this time. David Hill's Desert Storm hit the line strongly last time, and he may just be striking form. He appears to have improved from his last run and is a serious contender. The TT concludes with the featured TVB Cup, which looks an enthralling affair. High-class milers Electronic Unicorn and New Trumps renew rivalry, while last year's Derby victor Keen Winner should give a good account and the improving Peak Power is also primed to run well. In the fifth event, over 1,650 metres on the dirt, Brian Kan's luckless Jamieson should gain compensation for his recent third over course and distance. After being dragged back through the field by the tiring Treasure Field, Jamieson picked up again to finish strongly and he looks set to go well again. Chinesesport Glory appreciates the dirt and rates a major chance, while last-start winner Sincere And Faith will have his admirers once again.