Trainer Danny Shum Chap-shing has more than a few progressive gallopers in his yard and one of those is Flaming Lamborgini, who stands out as the banker selection in the final leg of the Triple Trio tomorrow night. The English import has wasted no time in performing well in his first season, notching an impressive victory over 1,200 metres at Happy Valley on April 6. The step up to a mile should be suitable because he has scored over 1,400 metres in Britain. In addition, he remains reasonably well treated in the handicap following a five-point penalty for his last win and looks the one to beat once again. One of the more consistent gallopers who hasn't won a race yet is Rainbow Diamond. Although he is creeping up the handicap for his consistency, he remains in good form and must be given place claims. There is nothing wrong with the recent form of Present Treasure, who impressed in an all-weather trial last week. He should relish the move back to the city venue and merits plenty of respect. Danehill Warrior has place claims while Speeding Molly strikes weaker opposition this time and is another to consider for the minors. The logical choice for banker in the opening leg is Tea For Champ, who ran well in defeat when third to Bauhinia over 1,800m on April 20. He meets the same rival on better terms this time. Bauhina must be added to the shortlist following his last win where front-running tactics made all the difference. The form of Jade Ruyi has been sound enough to warrant respect. Ideally, Lucky Bird would prefer a stiffer test of stamina but his form has been solid and he looks worthy of inclusion. La Merveille and Lazy Buddies are both capable of hitting the frame if up to their best. The best option for banker in the final leg is Touch Down. He was narrowly defeated by subsequent winner Easy Game over the Valley mile last month. On that occasion, both horses defied the track bias and now that Touch Down has hit form he looks well handicapped. Mamouska has drawn ideally in gate three and must be kept safe. Much the same applies to Sunny Desert, who has good overall form over the course and distance. The recent trackwork of Friendship has been superb and although he has drawn poorly, he looks capable of figuring in the finish. A Better Dragon is holding his form quite well and cannot be ruled out. Despite being drawn wide, Favourite Return is the best banker option in the third event. He won his only start over the Valley mile earlier this season and looks more progressive than most in this line-up. China World has the side winkers applied and should improve, while the visor goes on Thunder Man, who is well handicapped. Wyndam Plenty finished ahead of Rising Win when they both hit the frame behind Athletic Gold over the Valley mile and each has similar claims here.