Champion trainer John Size has one of the keys to tomorrow's Triple Trio with last-start winner Ricardo, who looks a sound banker option in the middle leg. The blinkers have made a serious difference to this horse, who should have won a good deal easier than the short-head margin. He is facing similar opposition and though there is the qualification that he settles back in the field and does need an ounce of luck in running, a repeat of his form from last time should see him hitting the frame. Exultation has finished runner-up in three of his past four attempts over the Valley mile and based on that form and with Douglas Whyte in the saddle there is plenty to suggest he can figure in the finish again. The pace is likely to be made by Buddies Power, who cannot be left out of calculations even though he was a shade disappointing over the course and distance last time. Citi Centre is another who must be included following a sterling performance in defeat last time. The steady tempo made it virtually impossible for him to win, but he ran with merit to make the frame. Touch Down is another to consider, while Fortune Maple shaped nicely in a recent trial and could be a value chance to hit the frame. Barfold Hero makes plenty of appeal as banker material in the opening leg following a game effort over the 1,650 metres last time when finishing third to Super Wongchoy. The form looks rock solid as Sunny Riviera, who was fourth on that occasion, has won twice since then. King Of The Turf finished second to Mr Beautiful over the course and distance last time and that was clearly his best run to date. From gate one Shane Dye should have every chance to get the run of the race and this fellow should figure in the finish. The drop in grade is a major bonus for Black Knight, who has been faring well in much stronger contests that this. Even with top weight and a poor alley he can make the frame. D'Or Win did indicate in a recent stalls test the blinkers have woken him up and he showed enough zest in that piece of work to merit strong respect with the gear change. Of the remainder, Money Wins won well enough last time and should be kept safe once again. The final leg is a competitive affair but the logical selection for banker has to be The Achiever, who has been in cracking form this season. He has won and finished second in two 1,200-metre starts at Happy Valley, and lost nothing in defeat at the hands of highly promising Able Prince last time. Grandway Shuttle finished third in the same event and for the same reasons must be included. Carry The News has had his chances boosted by drawing the inside alley. His effort two starts back at Happy Valley over the minimum trip was excellent and he does look a leading fancy. Champ De Union blew his chances last time after missing the start by several lengths but given that ran very well to finish sixth. He is a winning chance if he jumps on terms. Both Well Best and Engineering Wonder remain in top form and also have claims to fill a minor placing. The manner in which Natural Echo bolted home last time on his first attempt over 2,200 metres suggests he looks the obvious selection for banker in the third event. Mamouska could prove hard to catch in the lead, while Venetian Master narrowly failed last time and will be hard to beat. Chinese Kid is not near peak fitness but is capable of hitting the frame.