Wins by Seasons Treasure have been few and far between but on the anniversary of his last success, the Michael Chang Chun-wai-trained gelding looks set for a dose of deja vu in the middle leg of tomorrow night's triple trio at Happy Valley. At the corresponding meeting last year, Seasons Treasure came with a well-timed run under Robbie Fradd to gun down Armondo, who will again be one of his main rivals. Although Seasons Treasure has not greeted the judge in his subsequent 13 attempts, the signs are ominous that the seven-year-old is on the verge of finding his best. Seasons Treasure had his first start for the Chang stable at Happy Valley on September 9 and came from well back in the field to finish fourth to Classa Win. He showed the benefit of the outing when running a strong second to Fortune Smiles three weeks later before turning in a terrific performance from last to wind up fourth to Dashing Thunder on November 1. The huge positive this time around is that Seasons Treasure has come up with the prized barrier one, which should allow Fradd to have the gelding a bit closer to the speed and, therefore, make him the horse to beat. Armondo's record is quite similar to that of Seasons Treasure, with only two wins to his credit, but it was hard not to be impressed with his good first-up performance behind the in-form Good Nature. Under Eric Saint-Martin, the John Moore-trained Armondo settled in the box seat, took the inside run turning for home and showed great fight over the final stages, eventually going down by a head. With the race likely to be run at a good tempo, through the likes of Golconda, Asset Play and Expeditious, Saint-Martin should be able to angle Armondo onto the back of the speed and give him the chance to break his 11-race losing sequence. The other two main contenders look to be Speeding Molly, who is well drawn in gate four for Douglas Whyte, and Evergreen, who has been a big improver this season since being gelded. In the opening leg, barrier one looks to again hold the key, with Whyte jumping on board the Dennis Yip Chor-hong-trained Dordenma. The four-year-old gelding has had little luck in his three runs to date, being slow away at his debut, checked early on at his second start and then being held up for galloping room in the straight last outing. He should appreciate the rise to 1,650 metres and appears to have found a race without a great deal of depth, with the dangers comprised of Lucky Dice, Compassionate and Touch Down. Friendship may be worth one more chance but he has been disappointing at his last two attempts and will need a clever ride after drawing barrier nine. In the final leg, the Alex Wong Yu-on-trained Happy Contender, to be ridden by Whyte, looks to be ideally placed to find winning form. The seven-year-old is a 2,200m specialist and showed with his excellent first-up seventh to Qi's Pet, when coming from last over an unsuitable trip, that he had returned from a spell in good order. He has trained on very well since the outing and showed good improvement when racing second-up last season. The event does have a bit of depth, however, with the greatest competition likely to come from the in-form Million Success, Brown Beauty, Spectacular Hit and Watchman. Cotton Ball is certain to be in the market off his good last-start second to Shining Day on the all-weather track but his record indicates he doesn't go as well at Happy Valley compared to Sha Tin.