Weichong Marwing and John Moore are not a regular partnership, but the pair team up on tomorrow's mixed card at Sha Tin with last-start winner Glory Hero, who should take all the beating in the middle leg of the Triple Trio. The son of Cure The Blues is bidding for back-to-back wins over the dirt 1,200 metres and he looks good value for his eight-pound penalty as he is still improving and should be able to make the frame. A number of others hold chances including Dashing Winner, who finished a game second to Alf at his only attempt over course and distance and must be included. Traveller Star finished third in the same event and cannot be ruled out of finishing in the frame. Sagacious has had only one start on the all-weather and narrowly failed to score, so from a beneficial draw he is hard to ignore, while the speedy Chater Jade has displayed a liking for the minimum trip on the all-weather and both Brilliant Attorney and Asian Express are capable on their day. Marwing also appears to have a leading chance in the opening leg with Lawrie Fownes' Star Dragon. He is yet to win from 19 attempts but appears to have fallen to a competitive mark in the handicap and has impressed in recent work and trials. Nanning Treasure has not exactly impressed recently but can improve down the straight 1,000 metres, where he is a multiple winner, and the booking of Douglas Whyte is also notable. Fortune Sallian finished strongly over a slightly longer trip at Happy Valley last time but is a winner at his only attempt over this course and distance. He should be at his peak now and should be right in the finish. Of the remainder, Noble Boy will be having his first run for Tony Millard and, while he is a limited sort, his recent barrier trials have been reasonably promising and he should be kept safe. Millard's Multizen looks the logical banker in the final leg following a scorching win on his reappearance. Interestingly, that also came on the C+3 course and the step up to 2,000 metres is most certainly in his favour. New Planet has to be included following a tenacious win over 1,800 metres last time and, considering he meets similar opposition, he should have every chance to complete a hat-trick. The step up in trip is not a concern and he is still on the upgrade. Cyber Gulch ran well against the tempo last time when Zabette set a crawl out in front, and he can even the score with that rival. Of the remainder, Explosive Power and Round The World remain in good form but a minor placing is more likely for both here as there is a concern about how strongly they will see out the 2,000 metres. The fifth event looks a trappy affair featuring several unexposed types, but the pint-sized Admiral makes some appeal following a dogged win under a big weight last time. He meets stiffer opposition, but Whyte has stuck with him and that is a bonus. French Connection impressed when second last time and has a chance to go one better, while Lucky Victories is well placed for another bold showing. Lucky Combination impressed on his debut and is open to more improvement than most, so he should be kept safe.