Triple Trio players will be chasing another big jackpot at Sha Tin on Sunday with a carryover of $82 million going into the pool and an estimated dividend of $150 million for a $10 unit. But regulars should note that the TT has been switched to races four, six and eight on the 11-race card due to the Yasuda Kinen simulcast from Japan being fitted in as race five. The Double Trio will be on races six and seven. Last-start turf winner Legend's Glory looks the logical banker in the opening pin of the TT as he steps back on the all-weather with Irishman John Egan aboard for the 1,800-metre event. Alex Wong Siu-tan's gelding has won on dirt and, while it has taken him time to fully mature, he does look well suited to this event. Hardest to beat has to be Amiable, who has been consistently in the frame when racing on the dirt. He put in a solid effort last time when he was caught a little deep and, while he has drawn awkwardly, he should make the places again. Champion jockey-elect Douglas Whyte has landed the ride on Danzig Continental, who will carry only 116 pounds even allowing for a probable two pounds overweight. He has run extremely well on the all-weather in the past and, with Whyte on board and barrier four, he must be given a strong chance. Francois Naude rode his first winner on Wednesday and the South African has a good chance to add to his tally with front-runner Bravo Victory, who looks very well handicapped and is suited to the all-weather. In the middle leg of the TT, Lawrie Fownes' Round The World must have strong claims to make the frame after drawing ideally in gate one. He is an improving sort who should be well suited to the move up to a mile after putting in a game effort last time over 1,400 metres. Hardest to beat should be Grand Fighter, who has been knocking on the door in his last few outings. He is a consistent sort who should not find too much pressure in the lead. Darwin has moved stylishly in his recent barrier trials and an improved run is expected of the maiden, who will be ridden by regular trackwork partner Eric Legrix. Smiley Win, who caught the eye on his last start and has a good draw in barrier five, is another for the shortlist. In the eighth event, the final leg of the TT over 1,400 metres, Dr More looks the logical banker following his highly creditable last-start second behind V-Can. After drawing wide, the former griffin stuck on gamely all the way to the line but should have an easier run this time from gate three. Loyal Devotion has struggled slightly this season, but he has dropped down the handicap and now finds himself in a comparatively weaker event. He will have the hood removed and should have the class to make the frame. Laser Pride has been noted moving well in recent barrier trials and has a chance to fill a minor placing from a good barrier. Gallant Horse must have solid claims even though he is stepping up in grade. He has a light weight and from barrier one should get a good run through the race. He is an improving sort who must be given respect.