Dennis Yip Chor-hong and Jamie Spencer look the team to follow in the final two legs of tomorrow's Trio Trio, which should return $20 million for the lucky holder of a single winning ticket. In Race Five, Yip and Spencer combine with Winning Sunshine, who is searching for his third successive win over the Valley mile. Although he is taking the step up in grade, the form from his past victory looks particularly strong with Goodwood (third) and Ricardo (fourth) both winning since. He only has to hold that form to figure in the finish once again. An obvious contender is last-start winner Shining Dragon, who also won over the course and distance. That was his first attempt over the 1,650 metres and as he is the likely leader once again, he must be given strong claims. Fighting Mascot has enjoyed a resurgence of form since joining David Ferraris, having won both starts at Happy Valley this term, and must be included in the shortlist. Thunder Man moved a little better in a recent turf trial and can improve, while Porter Ricks has been holding his form exceptionally well and looks well weighted. Yip and Spencer also have the best option for banker in the final leg with Prince Golf. There are strong formlines from that event also with winner Ricardo notching another victory, while Goodwood (fourth), Sixty Seconds (sixth) and Prodigy (eighth) also won soon after. Prince Golf will get the run of the race from gate five and prove hard to keep out of the frame. Speeding Molly should have won last time when bumped on the home turn and raced a little tight inside the concluding stages. It was clearly his best effort to date and he is one for the shortlist. Fantastic Star lost nothing in defeat to Split Seconds last time and a similar effort should see him fighting out of the finish. Elite Win displayed a return to form last time when third over the course and distance and warrants respect, while likely leader Everest is always a chance of filling a minor placing. In the first leg, Spencer teams up with Francis Lui Kin-wai's Mr Beautiful, who makes most appeal for banker status. He won well over the course and distance last time and has struck a weak contest once again. The likes of Longmark and Olive Or Twist should set a genuine tempo, which should give Mr Beautiful every chance. Both leaders have decent form at the Valley, though they are somewhat inconsistent, but if not pressured the pair merit consideration. Red Baron is still on the upgrade and although untried around the city circuit he is one to keep safe. Touch Down also made a positive impression last time and as a winner over the Valley mile he does warrant inclusion. Arabian Wager looks the obvious selection for banker in the third event following a sterling effort on debut when finishing a narrow second behind Country Music. The speedy Keen Flyer shaped nicely in a trial recently and can figure in the finish along with Fantastico, who finally gained a deserved win last time over the minimum trip. Gorgeous Years is another that must be kept safe following a sound performance down the straight course last time.