Hong Kong's latest strike partnership of Brett Prebble and Tony Millard look set to bolster their already impressive statistics when they team up with Gallant Falcon in the opening leg of Sunday's triple trio at Sha Tin. Prebble has started the season in brilliant form, winning 10 races from only 48 rides, and his figures when teamed with Millard are four victories and four placegetters from only 17 mounts. Overall, the Australia jockey has ridden seven winners for Millard since arriving in Hong Kong at an average price of $168. Gallant Falcon has not managed a success in nearly 17 months but his two performances this season have indicated he is on the verge of a breakthrough. He resumed from a spell on September 11 and after a slow getaway and settling back in the field, made good late ground before being pushed wide on the home turn to finish second to Noble Heart. Three weeks later he settled in a more forward position but he was held up between the 400-metre and 200m mark and received a check close to the line before eventually winding up fifth to Dr More, only two lengths from the winner. With the two outings under his belt, and the rise to 1,800m, the four-year-old looks perfectly placed to find his best form. The stumbling block to Gallant Falcon looks to be the David Ferraris-trained Syllabus, to be ridden by Douglas Whyte. The four-year-old resumed from a spell with an emphatic win over this course and distance on September 24 and gives the indication he will go onto better races. However, there is little doubt that staying will be his forte and he will find longer races more suitable in the near future. Other leading chances are Courageousheart, from an inside barrier, Victory Treasure, unbeaten in three attempts over this course and distance, and Lucky King, with the blinkers back on. Top Scorer heads the best-credentialled runners in the middle pin following two luckless performances this time in. The David Hall-trained gelding encountered traffic problems in the straight when resuming from a spell on September 17 to finish fifth to Winning Bullet and, 15 days later, suffered a three-wide trip throughout before finishing second to the same horse. The four-year-old has again drawn awkwardly in barrier 12 but, under the guidance of Robbie Fradd, will find this an easier assignment than last start. Super Honey, for the in-form Whyte and John Size combination, will be the toughest to beat after coming up with a favourable barrier (seven). The three-year-old was forced to make the speed last outing after drawing the outside gate and was left a sitting shot for the fast-finishes of Easy Game and Gold Sandfield. He didn't have the best luck at his first attempt of the season and should be at peak fitness following his two recent assignments. Honest performers Gold Sandfield and Vital Patrol, along with the lightly-weighted Speed Of Light, all have claims to figure in the finish. Whyte looks to hold the key in the final leg, where he teams up with Manfred Man Ka-leung and the promising three-year-old Good Partner. The Quest For Fame gelding showed promise in his first season here, placing at his only two attempts, and displayed his readiness for a return to competition with a barrier trial win on September 27. The other main contenders are the in-form Check Mate and second starter, Dordenma, together with Kowloon Fit, Ambition and First Knight.