Three promising four-year-olds, with champion jockey Douglas Whyte along for the ride, look to be holding the aces for Triple Trio players seeking their slice of Sunday's estimated $18 million pool. The John Size-trained duo of Kowloon Fit and Winning Bullet, in the first and second legs respectively, look set to continued strong early-season form, while the David Oughton-trained Leilati, in the final leg, makes his return to the races following a terrific first season. Kowloon Fit returned from his summer break with a very good second to Successor on September 11, indicating he had made substantial improvement from his only outing in May. The Towkay gelding began from the outside barrier and after being four wide early, eventually landed in a three wide trailing position. Despite still showing some signs of greenness, he managed to eventually get into stride and finish the race off strongly. With the benefit of that outing, and the rise to 1,400 metres, Kowloon Fit appears to be a credible banker in the opening leg. Quick News and American Victory showed improved performances last start. Quick News, now with two runs under his belt this season, looks capable of taking a more forward position, while American Victory, well drawn in barrier five, should relish the rise to 1,400m. Good View Success, a sound first-up fifth over 1,000m, is looking for the longer journey and is another improver, while last-start winner Timber City must be included in the selections. Winning Bullet showed with his tough first-up victory over Pocket Money that he was a horse destined for better races. The rise to 1,400m looks ideal and the Zabeel gelding should be able to take up a handy position from the good barrier draw of three. Punters looking to cut costs should look towards Top Scorer as a double banker. The David Hall-trained gelding finished a strong fifth behind Winning Bullet. With the benefit of that run, and the rise in distance, he looks a serious threat to Winning Bullet. The in-form Qi's Pet looks the other main contender with Fast Track, Sevens Heaven, Flash Harry, Joyful World, Universal Pioneer and Smart Champion all having minor claims. In the final leg, Leilati looks the safest banker following a very consistent first season here. The Inchinor gelding has been tuned up with two barrier trials, a fifth to Silent Witness and a third to Special King Prawn, and on both occasions has travelled strongly and could have finished much closer, had his rider asked for more. From the inside gate, he looks like getting every chance to return a winner. The Tony Cruz-trained pair of River Esperanto and Californiasunshine create plenty of interest, as does Classic Delight with the light weight and improved fitness.