The Hong Kong Jockey Club has delved into the Triple Trio jackpot reserve to top up tomorrow night's TT pool at Happy Valley by $38 million. This marks the first time the Club has added more than the usual $30 million from the reserve, and an estimated $90 million is on offer as a result. The bumper jackpot adds more spice to the sponsored Martell meeting, which is always one of the highlights of the season with the Martell Grand National beamed live from Aintree after the eight races at Happy Valley have been run. The highlight on the Valley card is the Martell Cup, the middle pin of the TT, which has attracted a quality lineup of Hong Kong's sprinters. With six of the 11 runners out of the handicap, King Of Danes looks solid banker material in the 1,200-metre race. Tony Cruz's Centenary Sprint Cup winner has never ventured to Happy Valley, but his natural ability and speed will make him very hard to run down around the tight circuit. David Hayes' Prime Witness, another of the five runners in the handicap was an impressive winner on his only attempt over this course and distance. His recent work has been impressive and a good showing is expected. Last-start winner Solid Contact has a terrific record at Happy Valley and is at the top of his game at present. While it is difficult to make a solid case for several of the runners out of the handicap, Asia Rising is a progressive sprinter who is open to more improvement. He also has one start for a win over course and distance and, while he faces a tough task from a wide barrier, he could make the places. In a tricky-looking opening leg of the TT, Kristofferson is the preference for banker. He has left the impression that he is slightly one-paced, so the move up in distance to 1,800 metres is positive and he should make the frame. There were excuses last time as he was caught behind tiring runners at a vital stage of the race. Peter Ho's Dancing Sound has been a consistent sort who should also relish the step up in trip. Douglas Whyte is oozing confidence at the moment, and the leading rider will have a top chance to add to his tally with this one. Indy's Gem showed marked improvement on his last start when finishing a close second to Able Win, and the pair renew rivalry. Both merit consideration as they have drawn favourably. In the sixth event, Electronic Seeker should be a safe banker. He has proved a most consistent sort and his recent win was certainly overdue. He remains well treated in the handicap and is the one to beat. Alex Wong Siu-tan runs the progressive Dandy Bunny and, with the assistance of Whyte and barrier one, he must have solid claims. Rangeela is in search of a hat-trick and Lawrie Fownes has the ageing giant in terrific condition. Of the rest, Par Avion makes most appeal as he has taken a liking to the Valley mile. In the fifth event, Round The World can be given another chance as he may not have been suited by the yielding track last time. Me And You will appreciate the move back to 1,650 metres, as he was tested by the trip last time. Lead To Win has been a fraction disappointing but is capable of making the frame, while Fortune Glory merits respect.