Peter Ho Leung and Alex Lai Hoi-wing combine with aptly-named Favourite Return in the final leg of the Triple Trio tomorrow night and there are plenty of reasons to use the progressive galloper as a banker in the final leg. The son of Woodborough has managed a win and second place from two starts at the city course. His form reads well over the Valley mile but he should relish the step up to 1,800 metres and from gate one will have every chance to prevail. The recent form of Vital Patrol has been creditable and although he moves back to the Valley, he has handled the course in the past and with Douglas Whyte on board punters have plenty in their favour. Winwin Combo found the line strongly last Wednesday and his recent form has been good enough to suggest he can figure in the finish once again, while Triumph has drawn awkwardly but is still capable of filling a minor spot. The best option for a banker in the opening leg is Excellent Boy, who made a positive impression on debut when finishing fifth to Forte down the straight course. He will appreciate the step up in trip and from gate three, should have every chance to open his account. Supreme Star showed marked improvement on his last start when finishing second over the course and distance to Siameric Te Specso. He remains well treated in the handicap and should figure in the finish. Champ De Union finished third in the same race and although he has drawn gate 10, he is still worthy of inclusion. Last-start winner Daneman Hill will have his work cut out from gate 11 but is in form and can hit the frame, while Super Ball should appreciate the move back to Happy Valley and merits consideration. It is hard to knock the recent form of Speeding Molly, who is yet to win over the Valley mile but has hit the frame on four of seven starts. Most recently he finished second to subsequent winner Flaming Lamborgini and with the form taking a boost he looks a good banker option in the second leg. David Hall has applied the side winkers to Corajoso for the first time and based on his performances this term, he cannot be denied place claims. Phoenix Fortune will need a good deal of luck from gate 11 but the three-time winner over the Valley mile has been holding his form well and should be added to the shortlist. Toy Quest caught the eye in a recent all-weather barrier trial, while Crowned Gem has shown enough ability to hit the frame. The safest option for a banker in the third event is Globe River, who has picked up prize money on eight of his last 10 starts. His only run over the Valley mile was decent and he gets his chance to notch his first win. Freebird has been holding his form well and can fill a minor place, along with Fortune Warrior, who is running with merit but without winning. Miracle Dragon, who is drawn gate 11, will need Whyte to be at his best. He hit the line strongly last outing and based on that performance can figure in the finish.