A $4.8 million jackpot has given tomorrow's night's Triple Trio pool a timely boost and the budding partnership of Caspar Fownes and Patrick Payne can set punters on the road to riches in two of the three legs. Fownes has the ideal banker selection in the middle leg in last-start winner Everest, who appreciated the application of blinkers for the first time when scoring on March 17 over 1,650 metres at the city course. He looks decently treated for that win, having received a five-point penalty, and against similar opposition he appeals as a good chance. A double banker could be the option in this race as there is little between Everest and Noble Wind, who has been knocking on the door in recent weeks. His most recent effort was a second behind Lucky King over the Sha Tin mile, the third time in five starts this fellow has finished as the bridesmaid. This is Noble Wind's first attempt around the tight Valley circuit but his form is better than most and he must be given strong claims. Oscar Star has managed to pick up prize money on his last seven starts and he must be added to the shortlist on his sheer consistency alone. Smart Win is a multiple winner over the course and distance and, now that he is back in form, he can be given place claims, while Show Bravely has some appeal on his best form. Fownes' Konrad The Great has been in cracking form for most of the season and looks a sound choice for banker in the final leg. He was beaten by Asali in mid-March over the Valley mile, but that form has been boosted by the winner prevailing again two weeks ago. Steadily improving Master Gigolo finished fifth to Asali in March and went on to run a game second to Sure Fit on the all-weather track on April 14. He must be kept safe. John Size-trained Danriva was a shade unlucky when third to Country Boy over 1,800 metres in late April because he was caught three-wide for virtually the entire journey. He remains in cracking form and can definitely hit the frame again. Better Boy looks a progressive galloper and has shown enough to suggest he can prove highly competitive in this contest. Prince Golf has an excellent record over the course and distance and is another who can fill a minor placing. The best option in the opening leg is Flying Sprinter, who has impressed in both of his career starts. Following his game second to Top Health over 1,200 metres in early April he should prove hard to beat, providing he handles the rise in trip. Mystic Force finished fourth on his debut behind Ambitious Leader over 1,650 metres several weeks ago and, with considerable natural improvement expected, he merits strong consideration. Ahead A Head put in a slightly disappointing performance in finishing 81/2 lengths adrift of Ambitious Leader in the same event. He is capable of better, however, and looks worthy of inclusion. Dolphin Star will appreciate the move back to the city course, and the booking of Douglas Whyte aboard Dolphin Star inspires confidence. A good case can be made for using Back Seat Driver as banker in the third event following two seconds over the sprint distances at Happy Valley. This fellow has hit form and looks the one to beat. Golden Promise has a decent record over the minimum trip at Happy Valley and can hit the frame while Kao And Ming strikes slightly easier opposition than of late and has place claims. Debutant Genki King has shown promise in his work and trials and must be kept safe.