There is another Triple Trio treat in store for punters at Happy Valley tomorrow night with a jackpot carryover of $20 million and an estimated winning dividend of $46 million for a $10 unit. That may be dwarfed by this weekend's estimate of a mammoth $250 million, but it will add some colour to an otherwise lacklustre Happy Valley meeting. Bruce Hutchison's Dancing Surpass looks banker material in the 1,650-metre opening leg after an encouraging effort over course and distance last week. He may have been a shade unlucky not to have won on that occasion and appears to have struck a similar field tomorrow. While he has drawn poorly in barrier 12, it should not make too much difference as he is likely to get back in the field and come with a strong finishing burst under John Egan. The maiden Happy Tycoon should have every chance to notch his first victory with the light weight he will carry after taking into account Way Leung's 10-pound claim. While there have been no real excuses for him recently, he should prove difficult to catch out on the lead. Tony Cruz's Chocolate Tycoon has been impressing at trackwork and his recent effort in a barrier trial was good enough to merit strong consideration in this event. He has won at Happy Valley and, while he had had his share of problems, Cruz has him primed to run well. Clear Master has drawn well in barrier three, and from there he should enjoy a good run through the race. His recent efforts over the Valley mile have been creditable. In the fourth event D'Or Win can take advantage of his good draw and land the spoils in the 1,650-metre race. His front-running tactics are well suited to the Valley circuit and he appears to be improving with every run. The son of Dieu D'Or is a progressive sort who will be looking for further in time. Tony Millard, fresh from a double at the weekend, sends out Fortune Tycoon, who ran a game second to Bruin Supreme last time and has fallen to a competitive mark. Millard's yard is striking form again and, while Fortune Tycoon has drawn awkwardly in gate 11, he can still fill a minor placing. Prime Vain has been finishing off his races well and has indicated that he should appreciate the move up to a mile. He has performed well at Happy Valley in the past and his consistency gives him every chance of making the frame. Lawrie Fownes has freshened up Flight Of Fancy, who moves back to a mile after winning over 2,200 metres. He is a consistent sort who must be respected. Last-start winner Back Seat Driver looks the logical banker in a competitive-looking sixth event, which rounds off the TT. The talented sprinter was the subject of a huge betting plunge last time and should take some beating again in the 1,200-metre event. Danriva showed marked improvement when winning at Sha Tin last time but has acquitted himself well at the Valley in the past. Smiling Forest has drawn ideally in barrier one and is one of the leading chances, while Fleeting Time ran well on the dirt last time and may just be hitting form now. In the fifth event, Super Connections has every chance of scoring his third win of the season after drawing well in barrier two for the 1,000-metre event. Another leading hope is Give To Thee, who appears to have struck a slightly weaker race and has Douglas Whyte on board. Surely showed some improvement on the dirt last time but will need to match that effort on turf tomorrow. Top Winner will have a difficult task from a wide draw, but has shown enough potential in his work to merit consideration.