Diamond Talents can provide the banker in the Indian Recreation Club Challenge Cup, the final leg of the Triple Trio at Happy Valley tomorrow night. Tony Cruz's gelding has risen 10 points to a mark of 67 for his last two victories, but he meets similar opposition and his front-running style means he is usually spared any bad luck in running. He looks sure to make the frame at least. Another solid chance is Rangeela, who is racing at the top of his game for Lawrie Fownes. The son of Marscay will be bidding for his fourth successive win, having remained competitively handicapped due to the narrow margins of his victories. Temmoku moved a good deal better in a recent barrier trial and, while his recent form has been more than a shade disappointing, he may be worth consideration. Sillerent was a beaten favourite last time, but he may have needed the outing as it was his first run in over four months. He is a progressive stayer and should be given another chance. The opening leg of the TT is a particularly moderate Class Six affair. After a good deal of deliberation, Natural Classic appears the best option as far as a banker is concerned. He has performed well over the Valley mile this season and, though his recent form has deteriorated, it stands better scrutiny than many of his opponents. Ningbo Warrior looked all over a winner on his last start when he loomed up ominously turning into the home straight, but he could not sustain his effort. The move back to 1,650 metres should prove more suitable and he is one for the shortlist based on his last run. Wylie Wong Wai-lit has done a good job with Fair Comment, who has run respectably on his last two outings. He should prove more of a threat over a mile and, having drawn ideally in barrier one, should enjoy the run of the race. Majestic Conqueror will have the blinkers applied for the first time, and the gear change could make all the difference. He put up a creditable effort last time when coming from near last to finish fifth behind Qui Vivra Verra and the blinkers may help him to strike from a handier position. In the middle pin of the TT, Chocolate Tycoon looks safe banker material after an emphatic 4.25-length victory on his last start. While he is facing stiffer opposition, he clearly showed marked improvement last time and a similar effort should see him right in the finish. Me And You, who will have the blinkers re-applied tomorrow, has proved a reliable sort over the Valley mile. John Egan has had only one ride for a win aboard the strapping chestnut, and it is interesting to note his booking. Lead To Win has been more than a shade unlucky not to have won at least one race this term and, with the good barrier draw of three plus Way Leung's 10-pound claim, he could easily fill a minor placing. World Star was caught three or four wide for the entire journey when he won last time, and from barrier one should have a much easier run. In the fifth event, speedstar Expedient should appreciate the move back to 1,200 metres and will prove hard to catch out on the lead. Our Class would have been a major threat if he had drawn better than gate 12, from where he could still make the frame. Prospero has proved a most consistent sort this season and, with Leung's claim, comes in dangerously handicapped. Kimber won a barrier trial recently and an improved run is expected.