There's an added incentive to win the Triple Trio tomorrow night with a $4.6 million jackpot and Paul O'Sullivan's last-start winner, Handbag Premier, makes plenty of appeal as the banker selection in the opening leg. He has thrived this season since joining O'Sullivan [pictured], posting two wins and a minor place from four starts. He gets a strong chance to add his impressive tally after being ideally drawn in gate three and returning to the Valley mile where he won earlier this month. He leaves the impression that he can handle the rise in grade and should prove hard to keep out of the frame. Lucky Dice beat Handbag Premier in early December over the course and distance and since then finished a creditable third to runaway winner Best Gift. His form has been solid and he has strong claims again. Sunrise Rainbow was reported to have had 'mucus' when beaten over 1,800 metres last month but was a convincing winner over the Valley mile prior to that outing and merits respect this time. Progressing Times has been holding his form well and can fill a minor place, while Victory Marble will appreciate the return to the city course and deserves inclusion. The in-form combination of Christophe Soumillon and John Moore are the team to follow in the middle pin where Olive Or Twist is a good banker selection. He should enjoy the run of the race from gate one and given he showed improvement last time, may be ready to open his account for this term. There was plenty of like about the run of Shining Dragon when runner-up to Fortune Boy last week over the Valley mile. Sean Woods' yard is starting to hit form and he may prove hard to catch on the lead if allowed to dictate the pace. Red Baron will relish the move back to the city venue and providing Douglas Whyte is not forced to cover too much ground from a wide gate he can figure in the finish. Port Of Hope beat The Faculty in a Class Five contest on Boxing Day over the Sha Tin mile and both horses are competitively weighted this time. Sweetie has performed exceptionally well over the course and distance this season and can hit the frame. The safest option for banker in the final leg is Sir Octavius, particularly given he should excel with the step up to a mile. Whyte has drawn perfectly in gate two and, in theory, should enjoy a charmed run just behind the leaders. It's hard to fault the form of Shabu Shabu this term and given he comes out of gate one, he must be added to the shortlist. Flying Success will find this a harder test but is more than capable of filling a minor place. Phoenix Fortune and Konrad The Great both moved well in their respective trials recently and have decent form over this journey. It may prove wise to stick with Whyte's mount King Palm in the third event. King Palm, who is holding his form well, maked plenty of appeal with the step up to a mile. Couldn't Care Less is a place chance, along with Touch Down, who caught the eye when running on strongly over 1,200 metres. Exultation and Stoic are both drawn well and if able to produce their best can figure in the finish.