A single winner of the Triple Trio at tomorrow's Sha Tin meeting can expect to collect at least $25 million thanks to a $11 million jackpot and the in-form combination of Dennis Yip Chor-hong and Douglas Whyte can provide the necessary banker in the middle leg with San Lorenzo. The clear bonus for this maiden is the blinkers that are being applied for the first time. In theory, he should be a little more tractable through the race and only has to hold his form to figure in the finish. The move up to 1,200 metres is another plus, and with Whyte on board and a favourable alley there is plenty to suggest he can notch his first victory. Another progressive individual is Super Charge, who will certainly relish the step up in distance following a battling effort over the minimum trip at Sha Tin on his last start. He leaves the impression he is capable of rising a good deal higher in the ratings and is a leading chance. Strong Sun was a shade disappointing last time but his record over the course and distance is good enough to warrant another chance. Trust Me strikes easier opposition along with a drop back in trip and must be kept safe, while Global Fortune is competitively handicapped and can make the frame. The logical selection for banker in the opening leg is dirt specialist New Century, who looks extremely well weighted following the claim of Way Leung. He finished a respectable third to Fat Chance on his only start this term, and with that winner bolting home again the form does look rock solid. Modern Prospect handles this surface and will appreciate the move up to a mile where he has managed to hit the frame once from two attempts. The drop in grade is a massive bonus for Comme D'Habitude, who has displayed an ability to handle the surface in the past and from a favourable alley he is one to add to the shortlist. Although there are doubts about the quality of opposition Ace Acadamy beat last time, he is another that has proven effective on this surface and could fill a minor placing. He rarely salutes but Waialae Win must be kept safe on the dirt, where he is never far from the winner. The manner in which Lucky Sixer won over the Sha Tin mile on his last start suggest he is the option for banker in the final leg. He will be tackling stronger opposition, but is well weighted and capable of further improvement. Dongguan Excels has a formidable record over the course and distance and given a strong of solid performances he does make plenty of appeal. The form this season of Good Heart has been creditable and he should be suited with the move back to Sha Tin where the longer straight allows him to reel in the leaders. Paradis is holding his form well enough and can fill a minor placing along with Seasons Treasure, who should be powering home at the finish. Asset Play looks the logical choice for banker in the third event following a game effort in defeat over the minimum trip at Happy Valley last time. Wyndam Power has shown enough class to figure in the finish, while debutant First Among Equals caught the eye in a recent trial and must be considered. Also having his first start is Island Spirit, who has shown above average ability in his work and trials and must be kept safe.