Tony Cruz compiled phenomenal statistics on the all-weather surface last season and the good news for triple trio players is that the premier trainer looks to have two strong chances in the first two legs at Sha Tin tomorrow. In the opening leg, Sea Treasure (Felix Coetzee) showed he was on the verge of finding his best form with a sound first-up performance this term behind Pacific Alliance. After drawing wide, the Stravinsky gelding was forced to cover ground but stayed on solidly in the final stages to finish fourth, only three lengths from the winner. Sea Treasure has had only one AWT start but showed he was more than capable by coming from last in an unsuitable 1,200m event to finish sixth to Joyful Master. Although drawing wide in gate 10, Coetzee is likely to fire Sea Treasure out of the gates in a bid to take a forward position. The lightweights appears to hold the key to the race with the in-form Giddy Kipper, along with capable dirt horses X-Speed and Lazy Buddies. Super Ideal looks set to improve on his first-up performance and Cotton Ball, although disappointing last start, is entitled to another chance back to this surface. Pacific Alliance looks the other likely contender on his two good runs this season. In the middle pin, the Cruz-trained Shining Day has finally found a suitable event after drawing well in gate three. At his last outing, the Scenic gelding drew the outside gate and was forced to race wide the entire trip before eventually weakening to finish seventh to all-the-way winner Arrogance. At his first attempt on the AWT, in April, he was fired out of the gates by Coetzee and stayed on strongly to register his first success. The testing material for Shining Day looks to be Peter Ng Bik-kuen's two-time course and distance winner Win Fortune (Douglas Whyte). Other worthy inclusions are Good Trio, Lucky Dice, down in class, and dirt debutant Favourite Return. The final leg looks set to be dominated by the on-pace runners, Foursquare and Funtrap, and they could well be a perfect double banker combination. Fourquare turned in a good first-up effort when third to Happy Winning. Funtrap, from barrier 11, is likely to press forward and sit on his outside. Funtrap was reluctant inside horses at his first two starts of the season but stayed on well last start when taking a leading role, finishing second to Everest. Taiji Spirit, Awesome Eagle and Spy King all have claims with regular bridesmaids, Silly Boy and South China Ninety.