Tony Millard has his string finishing off the season in terrific form and the South African trainer can assist TT players in two of the three legs on tomorrow's eight-race card at Happy Valley. Millard's Arriba-Arriba won for the second time in his career last week at Happy Valley and has a strong chance of following up in race six over course and distance of 1,650 metres. He scored an impressive 2.5-length victory, which was even more creditable when considering he came from well back in the field on a night where the leaders were clearly suited. He may have appreciated the rain-affected track but has every chance of finding similar conditions tomorrow. Peter Ho's Honest Dragon has won two of his last three starts and, with both wins coming at the city venue, has to be one for the shortlist. The wide barrier should not prove too much of a disadvantage as he is likely to lead. Electronic Seeker was a shade disappointing on his last start, but prior to that had been a model of consistency and had given the impression he was going to rise much further in the handicap. He has been given a mini-break by Alex Wong Siu-tan since his last run and should be kept safe. John Moore's Able Win has won twice this season over the Valley mile, which appears to be his pet trip. He should enjoy a good run through the race from barrier four and can figure in the finish. In the middle pin of the TT, Millard saddles Aspiration, who has hit form since joining his stable. The eight-year-old son of Danehill has won two out of three starts for his new yard, and the improvement in form makes him the logical banker for the fourth race over 1,800 metres. Geoff Lane's Romantic Venture should be suited by the move back in trip as he found 2,200 metres just beyond his stamina last time. He is a real Valley specialist and, while he usually needs a strong tempo, he will find this easier company and should make the frame. Telecom Twin is still a maiden after 15 attempts but he has been showing signs of improvement and could easily fill a minor placing. He should enjoy a good run through the race from barrier two and strikes a similar field to last time. Honest Steed has fallen to a competitive mark in the handicap and was noted making late ground last time behind Bueno Bueno. In the opening leg of the TT over 1,000 metres, Francis Lui Kin-wai's Look Who's Angel appears to be the one to beat after drawing ideally in gate three. His recent work has been solid and he was clearly disadvantaged last time with his poor barrier. If the rain persists, American Win has to be included after romping home last week on a rain-affected track, while Dashing Winner won over course and distance two starts back and is still on the upgrade. There are three debutants in Flying Champion, Sentimental Music and Winning Season. While the former pair have not shown a great deal in their work, Lane's Winning Season has been quite impressive in his barrier trials and should be given plenty of respect. In a tricky-looking fifth event, The Oscars appears to be the safest option as a banker with his good form over the 1,200-metre trip. Night Star has fallen to a competitive mark, while Strongheart is holding his form well. Romantic Symphony could rattle home into a minor placing.