The long-awaited return of Jeune King Prawn finally arrives today and the talented son of Danehill should have no trouble making it six wins from seven starts by landing the final race on the Sha Tin programme. Ricky Yiu Poon-fie's four-year-old has not raced since winning the Sha Tin Futurity over a mile in June, when he defeated a high-quality field including Meridian Star, Monards, Super Molly and Red Sun. He does not meet that calibre of opposition in today's 1,400-metre event and the major concern is that he has obviously had problems and may lack race sharpness. However, he did not show any signs of that in a recent barrier trial, where he was most impressive, and overall his work has been solid. It is quite difficult to pick out the main quinella chance as there are question marks over many of his rivals. Bull's Eye would have to rate as one of the main chances following some creditable performances this season. Leading rider Douglas Whyte has stuck with him and, while he may be high enough in the handicap now, he should get the perfect run from gate four and can make the frame. Sun Shine River remains on an awkward mark in the handicap as he is not quite up to winning at the top level but is always forced to carry heavy weights against the lower end of Class One. Even so, this is an easier contest and he must be given claims to figure in the finish. Trillion Win was well rated in front to win last time, setting a sedate tempo which certainly made all the difference. He may not get too much pressure in the lead again this time and as a result must be included. My Honour provides some interest as he makes the move up to 1,400 metres for the first time in his career. His form this season has been solid and providing he can handle the extra furlong he could figure in the finish and provide some value for the multiples. The consistent Danswinner rarely puts in a poor showing but, while he is a winner over course and distance, he leaves the impression that he may be at his limit in the handicap and a minor placing would be his best result. Royal Majesty is still something of an unknown quantity, but he should be considerably fitter for his only run and it may be advisable to keep an eye on the betting for any support. Keen Winner is gradually falling to a mark in the handicap where he may prove competitive, but it is hard to recommend him based on his performances over the past year. Triumphant Feeling is a multiple winner over course and distance, but he tends to be most effective when fresh and may get a little too far back in the field. Both Right Honorable and Sunseen will be making their debuts today. Right Honorable originates from Ireland where the bulk of his form was over longer distances, and based on his trial he just may need the experience. Sunseen is better suited to this trip and, while he looks as though he could improve a fraction in fitness, his recent trial was fairly good and he could be a value chance to make the frame. Red Zone is likely to get well back and the pace may be lacking for him, while Great Dragon did not impress on his debut and needs to improve considerably. In the eighth event, Tony Millard's Jokers Wild can go one better after narrowly failing to score over the dirt mile last time when beaten a head by Arrogance. The pair drew almost seven lengths clear of third-placed Sagacious and it was a most worthy effort from Jokers Wild considering it was his first start on the all-weather. The obvious quinella chance is Temmoku, who won well on his last start, but a value option is Surplus. He won a barrier trial in impressive fashion prior to his last run and tackles easier opposition today.