The $5.6 million carried forward to tomorrow's Triple Trio is expected to help boost the pool to around $20 million by the close and players who survive to the third leg can have plenty of confidence in Hekyll N' Jyde as their banker selection. The progressive son of Canny Lad remains in the same grade following a dazzling display when bolting to victory on his second career start over 1,200m at Happy Valley. The switch to Sha Tin should not cause any concern and from a favourable alley he will prove very hard to beat. There is an opportunity for a double banker in the race as Lucky Marauding makes plenty of appeal. He was game in defeat on debut when third to Eternal Start down the straight 1,000 metres, but will relish a move up in distance and looks the main threat. It is hard to fault the early season form of Scintillation, who has been knocking on the door, having filled the frame at each start this season. He should be near his peak and looks a solid chance to fight out the finish once again. Flying Kenny was heavily supported last time and has the ability to win in this grade. Winning Emperor makes his seasonal debut but was impressive in his only start last term and warrants respect. The step up to a mile and the application of blinkers inspire enough confidence in Cheerful Heart to make him the banker choice in the opening leg. He battled on gamely all the way to the wire last time and looks a major chance to notch his first win. There may have been excuses for Port Of Hope last time when beaten at Happy Valley, but his effort at Sha Tin prior to that was excellent and he looks one of the leading fancies. Shanghai Friend moved with style in a recent turf trial and his work in general has been encouraging since joining the Danny Shum stable. Top Dancer is holding his form well and can make the frame while First Knight is competitively weighted and with luck in running can fill a minor placing. Members Glory is the best option for banker in the middle leg following two sound efforts this season in which he has hit the frame. There is plenty to suggest he can go one better this time. Brown Beauty has left the impression he will appreciate the step up to 1,800 metres and given that this looks a slightly easier test, he should be included in selections. Treasure Field can be forgiven for his latest effort on the all-weather, in which he may not have handled the surface. He should prove more competitive this time, as should Optic Friendly who displayed marked improvement for Sean Woods last time. A solid performance from Bien Bien Heart last time makes him the logical choice in the opening leg, particularly as Douglas Whyte has snapped up the ride. Cyber Gulch is well handicapped and merits strong consideration along with No Compromise, who has quickly fallen down the ranks but has shown glimpses of potential. The Only Hero has held his form well this term and although he possesses limited potential is capable of a minor placing.