Trainer David Oughton will be packing his bags for Japan in a couple of weeks with his global sprinter, Cape Of Good Hope, but he can pick up some spending money beforehand at Sha Tin on Sunday. Oughton has the improving Devon Flair in the first leg of the Triple Trio and the South African-bred Al Mufti gelding gets his big chance down in this grade. He is yet to be placed in eight runs but his previous two starts last season, at both Sha Tin and Happy Valley, were good. They were at 1,600 metres and 1,650m but he looks well suited back to 1,400m first-up on the big track and Oughton has put plenty of work into him to have him ready. Douglas Whyte is usually the darling of the punters but he's the 'bad boy' at present - failing to ride a winner from several top mounts last week and landing just the one winner, by a nose, at Happy Valley on Wednesday night, as well as five second placings. However, he's a champion rider and therefore will have plenty of backers again this week. Oughton, a strong and regular supporter of the Durban Demon, has booked Whyte for his first ride on Devon Flair and that alone will be enough to have the five-year-old right in the market. The query runner of the race is topweight Million Success, from the David Hall stable and to be ridden by his partner of many a win in their Melbourne days in Australia - Brett Prebble. Hall didn't have a runner at the first two meetings of the season and Million Success is sure to be ready come Sunday. Like Devon Flair, his last two runs before the break were good, albeit over more ground, but he too is expected to sprint well fresh. The second leg is yet another where Whyte is expected to be right in the finish, this time on Champion King for Peter Ho Leung. Champion King showed plenty of ability in a couple of griffin runs last season and Ho took the unusual step of trialling him over 1,700m at Happy Valley last Saturday when preparing for 1,400m first-up. Happy Kid, with South African Glyn Schofield aboard, could be the danger, while Sun and Zameen can improve from last week's hitout when he led up but faded. He will be better suited to the 1,400m tempo and is worth another chance. The final leg gives Racing Spirit his chance. The Australian-bred Commands gelding finished second at his last three runs before the break and is bursting for a win. Despite his topweight of 132 pounds, Racing Spirit will be right there again for Olivier Doleuze with American Victory, another Oughton-Whyte pairing, Red Wine Supreme and Awesome Eagle all having chances in a very open race.