The return to Happy Valley gives Derek Cruz's progressive galloper Fruity Fruity an excellent chance to bounce back to winning form and he should serve as an ideal banker selection in the second leg of tomorrow's Triple Trio. Fruity Fruity has won two of his three career starts, including one victory over 1,650 metres at the Valley back in February. He was a beaten favourite over the Sha Tin mile on his most recent outing (March 21) and while no obvious excuses can be found he deserves another chance. Good Win is the likely leader and is capable of hitting the frame because he shouldn't get too much pressure up front against this opposition. Last-start winner Rising Win has been holding his form well this term and thought he strikes stronger opposition he is one to keep safe. New Face caught the eye in a turf trial earlier this month with blinkers applied for the first time and the gear change looks a positive move. Seasons Treasure has the benefit of an in-form Douglas Whyte in the saddle and will appreciate the move back to the city track, factors suggesting he has a sound chance of figuring in the finish. Winning Sunshine has missed the frame just once in seven starts over the course and distance and is difficult to discard also. The best selection in the opening leg is Floral Dancer, a multiple winner over 2,200 metres. His work has improved a notch in the lead-up to this and the booking of the prolific Whyte can only inspire confidence - and punter support. Enormous Way showed a return to form when finishing second to Cornwall Chiefs over the same trip at Sha Tin on April 4. He is competitively handicapped here and has a sound chance to go one better. Just Too Good flashed home for fifth in the same event, a performance which suggests he can fill a minor placing. The manner in which Red Fireball strode away from his Class Five rivals over 1,800 metres last month indicated that the step up in distance is just what he wants. He is on the upgrade and merits inclusion again. It is worth sticking with Smart Win when looking for banker material in the final leg. This fellow won impressively over the Valley mile last week and the seven-pound claim of Paul Lo Pak-hin negates the eight-point penalty he incurred for that victory. Sir Octavius won well at his first attempt over the course and distance last month and has the chance to add to his tally here from a decent alley. Exultation meets Precious Sweetie on three pounds' better terms for a defeat over 1,650 metres on April 17 and there seems to be little separating the pair again. Now that Thunder Man has struck form he can't be ruled out of a minor placing given his overall record at Happy Valley. Dennis Yip Chor-hong is no slouch at the city course either and his entry, Ambitious Leader, looks the best option for banker in the third event. X-Speed finished second to that horse over the course and distance in mid-April and has a chance for revenge here. Desert Strike finished third to subsequent winner Pretty Trio recently and that form looks even better. Chariot Of Wei Hai is a hard one to catch right but with the chance of little heat up front, he may prove hard to catch in a front-running role.