A jackpot of $21.6 million in the TT provides further attraction to the tomorrow night's meeting at Happy Valley, where two races from Australia, including the Melbourne Cup, will be simulcast earlier in the day. And last year's Cup-winning trainer David Hall is the man to follow in the opening leg where Shenanegan looks the one to beat. He was beaten fair and square by Honey Money over the Sha Tin mile last month, but lost no admirers in defeat. The manner in which Shenanegan was hitting the line leaves no doubt he will relish the step up to 1,800 metres and, although his Valley form isn't encouraging, Hall appears to have him going better than ever. There was considerable merit in the performance of Double Pleasure when second to King Of The Turf over 1,800m. He is drawn perfectly in gate one and should have no trouble in hitting the frame. Step Forward provided a shock win at over this course and distance last month but remains well treated in the ratings. Cherished hinted some improvement when fifth to Step Forward and cannot be ruled out, given his overall form over 1,800m. The step up in trip looks highly beneficial for in-form King Of Spades. Paul O'Sullivan finally broke his duck on Saturday and has a top chance to add to his tally with Tsunami, who has been the bridesmaid on both starts this term. He should be close to peak fitness now and looks the safest option for banker in the middle pin. Consistent Island Spirit is untried over this distance but should manage to see it out strongly enough to fill a minor place. Chariot Of Wei Hai strikes stronger rivals but won well over the Valley mile and is one to consider. He is likely to be joined by Tennessee in the lead and both runners are in good enough form to figure in the finish. Highland Dawn will enjoy the run of the race from gate one and is another to consider for the minors. It's hard to look past last year's Happy Valley Million Challenge winner Dashing Champion when searching for a banker in the final leg. His record around the tight circuit is outstanding and he should manage to hit the frame again following a tenacious win last month. Bold Winner will relish the step up to the Valley mile following a sound performance over 1,200m last month while Kiddyland's form has been disappointing but he has fallen to a competitive mark and is capable of filling a minor place. Super Wongchoy caught the eye in a recent dirt trial and merits respect along with King Of Fish. The fifth event lacks depth and the safest option for banker is Golden Farm. He will prove more competitive with the apprentice's claim and his recent form has been sound. Kao And Ming is a winner over the course and distance and must be kept safe along with Ace Of Pace and Choice and Chance.