When trainer David Hall has called on the silky skills of jockey Brett Prebble they have been a dynamic combination and Laser Power looks set to add to their impressive statistics when he lines up in the final leg of the triple trio at Happy Valley tomorrow night. As there was no winner of the TT at last Wednesday's meeting, the pool is estimated to swell to $9 million and Laser Power shapes as an ideal banker after coming up with the prized inside barrier. Prebble has been on board in 15 of Hall's 21 Hong Kong winners to date and this season has only ridden 10 runners from the stable for three victories and a further five placings. Laser Power showed great promise last season, winning his only two assignments at Happy Valley, and returned with a good third to Lucky Stravinsky and Adaikali over 1,000 metres at Sha Tin. On that occasion, the track was favouring horses coming down the outside rail and considering Laser Power jumped from the inside barrier, his performance to be beaten only a length and a quarter was one of serious merit. The Saratoga Springs gelding will be fitter for the outing, suited by the rise to 1,200m and should end up with the run of the race behind the likely speed influences Gung Ho and Flying Sprinter. This could be where you go thin, as the leading contenders Laser Power, Gung Ho and Flying Sprinter have drawn well - an imperative when the rail is in the C placement - and will be on the speed. The other 'must include' is the in-form Amo, who broke a frustrating run of placings with a narrow win last week. The opening leg looks tougher but the barrier draw has made the picture a little clearer with the inside four gates to be filled by Don Felipe, Star Prodigy, Propellor and Glory Years, who all have strong claims. Don Felipe turned in a sensational performance at his first start for the John Size stable when coming from back in the field to finish second to Southern Light over the unsuitable 1,000m. With the benefit of the run, plus having the services of Douglas Whyte and stepping to 1,200m, he is going to be right in the mix. Star Prodigy has been a big improver this season and takes a rise in class after breaking his maiden status in the lower grade last outing. Although this is significantly harder, the Caspar Fownes-trained son of Danehill is relishing being kept to sprinting races and was stakes placed in Britain as a juvenile, so Class Four should not be beyond him. Propellor turned in a terrific effort at his first assignment of the season when finishing second to Chosen One after enduring a three-wide trip throughout, and he can be excused for his last-start performance after failing to get in from a wide barrier. Glory Years also looks set to improve on his early season form now that the big chestnut has two conditioning runs under his belt. Happy Elite was a good first-up winner last week after getting the run of the race but his task looks considerably tougher here after coming up with barrier 11. In the middle leg, the Francis Lui Kin-wai-trained Add The Fun, to be ridden by Olivier Doleuze, shapes as the best banker option. The O'Reilly gelding was given every chance last outing when finishing third to Fortune Smiles over this course and distance but he looks like getting the run of the race behind the speed, likely to be set by Mr Cool and Evergreen. Other worthy inclusions are two likely leaders, bridesmaid Toy Quest and Lucky Lad from a good barrier.