There is another big Triple Trio jackpot at Sha Tin tomorrow - with a carryover of $34 million already in the pot and an estimated $80 million dividend for a single $10 winning unit - and David Hayes' California Kid looks a solid banker in the middle leg. The lightly-raced son of Danasinga put in a sound effort last time with a strong-finishing second to Easy Star. The move up to 1,400 metres is exactly what he is looking for, and barring incident he should make the frame. Another solid chance is the pint-sized Prime Vain, who has proved a very consistent sort and has been holding his form exceptionally well. He was a winner over course and distance three starts back and should figure in the finish once again. Ivan Allan has opted to take advantage of Way Leung's 10-pound claim with Blazing Bob, who is effectively dropping a class and looks one for the short-list. The form of Sight First's win on his first start for Lawrie Fownes has been boosted with Pot Black and Refreshingly scoring since, while Brilliant is also worth consideration after an encouraging fourth last time behind progressive sprinter Energy Vitality. The opening leg of the TT looks particularly difficult, with a number of runners lacking any solid form. David Oughton's Kimbo Bell is the best of a moderate bunch and is the preference as a banker. He was simply outclassed last time, and prior to that may not have found Happy Valley to his liking. The move back to Sha Tin and the easier competition should see him right in the finish. Allan's Triccolo is an interesting runner as he found the 1,000 metres far too short for his liking on his debut. He was making steady headway all the way to the line and should be well suited by the mile tomorrow. He is open to more improvement than most and should be kept safe. Turbojet was a winner over course and distance two starts back and meets a similar field. Having drawn well in barrier three, he should land in a perfect position and will have every chance to fill a minor placing. The Rich Man found the line strongly on his last start after being unsuited by the moderate tempo set by Honest Dragon. Shane Dye has stuck with The Rich Man tomorrow and his chance must be respected. In the final leg of the TT, Namjong Spirit is going to be very hard to beat and is the obvious selection for banker. Different tactics were adopted last time when he settled in the rear of the field after drawing poorly, and in a slowly run race it was a magnificent effort to rattle home and finish fourth. He has drawn ideally in barrier one and will have no excuses from there. Smiling Forest may be at his mark in the handicap, but he has been holding his form well and could easily figure in the finish again. A similar case could be made for City Patrol, who should be suited by the step back to 1,400 metres. Golden Choice went quite well in a recent barrier trial and, with Leung claiming 10 pounds, he should be included. The fifth event looks extremely difficult, but Fairway Finder at least is a winner over the straight 1,000 metres. Well Express may appreciate racing down the straight, as he has been known to find it difficult to handle the turns in the past. Debutant Tamar shaped stylishly in his only barrier trial and may be worth keeping safe, while Just On may find this a little sharp but could still run into the frame.