The Melbourne Cup may be the race that captures the imagination tomorrow, but for local punters the focus will be on the whopping $200 million jackpot estimated for the Triple Trio at Happy Valley. The bumper pool was created following a carryover of $86 million from last week's midweek meeting and it is certain to double at least in the chase for a massive payout. Races five, six and eight form the TT, and Tony Cruz can assist punters in the middle pin with Country Dragon, who is bidding to make it back-to-back wins. The son of Naturalism broke his maiden status at the 12th time of asking but, more importantly, on his first start for the Cruz yard. Often stable changes bring about improved results, but Country Dragon looks set to continue the progress as his work has been out of the top drawer since his last run. He steps back over the Valley mile and should prove hard to keep out of the frame. John Moore's Viking Dancer blitzed his rivals over course and distance last time and leading rider Douglas Whyte sticks with him. He should get the run of the race from gate one and must be given a solid chance. Star Of Tai Po fought on gamely last week over the same trip when finishing a close second to Bobo Duck. He remains in good form and must be given a chance to make the frame again. Of the remainder, Handsome Man makes most appeal following his solid effort last time when he was caught deep throughout but kept on well to finish in the frame. He is better drawn tomorrow and is one for the shortlist. The opening leg looks a trappy affair, particularly with the logical banker Lucky Lucky having drawn poorly in gate 12. He showed distinct improvement last time when second to Cyber Wisdom, but whether he can overcome the poor gate and make the frame is questionable. The problem is that none of the remainder inspire enough confidence to elect a banker. Flying Knight put in a fair effort behind Starlight Supreme down the straight course on his last start and could fill a minor placing if able to produce his better form. A similar case could be made for Heavenly Wind, who has not won in a long time but has some decent form over course and distance. Obrigado showed improvement last time and may have fallen to a competitive mark now, while Arrowmint is more than capable in this grade and should be kept safe. Bobo Duck's win over the Valley mile last time came as something of a surprise, but having drawn ideally in gate one he should get the run of the race in the final leg of the TT. Although he will find this harder, he should be able to make the frame and looks a reasonably safe banker option. He is preferred over Mascot Treasure, who has managed to fill a minor placing on his last four starts. Golden Spirit was a shade disappointing last time but Whyte has stuck with him and for that reason alone he must be included. Arriba-Arriba is making his seasonal debut but does have solid form over the Valley mile. Millennium Legend is the one to beat in race seven, which completes the first Double Trio of the night. He has put in a couple of solid efforts and this looks a good chance to go one better. Quick Step showed marked improvement last time, while Smiley Win should appreciate the step up to a mile. Bravissimo looks the pick of the remainder, though Lucky Charm will appreciate the move back to the city venue.