Progressive stayer Monza King should provide a safe banker option in the middle pin of the Triple Trio at tomorrow's 10-race mixed meeting at Sha Tin. Peter Ho's son of Kaapstad was given an enterprising ride by John Egan last time when he landed the spoils over 2,000 metres and the duo should have a solid chance to keep the winning record intact over the same course and distance. Monza King has won three of his last four starts and, while there is no doubt he would prefer a fraction further, he is still on the upgrade and should make the frame. Good Man was second to Monza King last time, having caught the rest of the field by surprise when he booted for home under Jimmy Ting only to be caught in the final strides. It was a sound run and a marked improvement on previous efforts. Thistlejade has given the impression that he is looking for this sort of trip and should be included now that he makes the step up in journey. The move to Sha Tin should also benefit him, as he does take some winding up. Super Elite tackles stronger opposition, but he has taken some time to fully mature and could fill a minor placing, while Millennium Spirit has claims following an impressive victory last time when he defied the slow tempo to storm home from well back in the field. The opening leg of the TT looks a difficult affair, but Money Star makes more appeal than most as banker material following a last-start win over the same 1,400-metre trip. He is holding his form well and should get a decent run through the race from a middle draw. Glasgow Kiss showed marked improvement last time and, while he is still a maiden, he may have fallen to a mark where he can prove competitive. Arabica effectively drops a class in this event, and considering that he has performed well over course and distance in the past he is one for the shortlist. Of the remainder, Darley will be having his first start for John Size and should be kept safe, while Chuk Way is well handicapped and capable of making the frame. My Joy looks the safest option in the final leg following an impressive victory last time against a good-quality field. The step up to 1,800 metres is also a bonus and he should be able to make the frame. Chocolate Tycoon can bounce back into contention tomorrow after the muddling pace did not do him any favours last time. While he may be more effective at Happy Valley, the consistent sort could still run into a place. Specific Sorceror moved quite well in a recent barrier trial and has run with merit recently, while Mentor is likely to get a dream run from barrier one and may have fallen to a mark in the handicap where he is ready to strike. Real Winner looks the one to beat in the fifth event following a sound effort on his debut when second to Devon Elite. He should be just as effective on the turf and must have strong claims. Choice And Chance has been working particularly well recently and has shown enough to warrant inclusion, while Songs Of Praise could be a value chance to sneak into the frame. Always Zieten finished second in a recent barrier trial and may have improved a fraction.