David Hall and Brett Prebble have been the two big movers on the premiership ladders this season and their march up the ranks look set to continue tomorrow night at Happy Valley when they team up with Krovanh in the opening leg of the triple trio. With the TT only being partially won last week, the carry-over pool is expected to swell to $15 million and Krovanh, despite a slow start to his career, appears set to make up for lost time. In his second season in Hong Kong, Hall has made a solid impact, training 10 winners from 90 runners, including a double at Sha Tin last Saturday with the promising pair Reunion and Romantic Winner. Prebble, who resumes from a two meeting suspension, has been the big mover on the jockeys' table, sitting second to Douglas Whyte after landing 27 wins from only 169 rides. Zabeel gelding Krovanh arrived in Hong Kong with the impressive credentials of five wins from six starts in New Zealand but his inability to settle early in his races proved his downfall, often going too hard in his races and having little left in the final stages. Hall took over the training of Krovanh following the departure of David Hayes to Australia, and this season the five-year-old appears a lot more settled in his work and trials and showed with a sound first-up performances he was ready to find winning form. Krovanh resumed at Happy Valley on November 16 in an unsuitable 1,000-metre event and after settling well back in the field, worked to the line smartly in the closing stages to be beaten just over four lengths by Flying Sprinter. With the benefit of that outing, the rise to 1,200m, and the fact the race is likely to be run at a very strong tempo, Krovanh should take a more forward position and finish powerfully in the final stages. The main dangers to Krovanh appear to be the ever-reliable Amo, Dragon And Gold and Beauty Plus, who will need some luck from an outside gate. Flying Sprinter is very honest and drawn to advantage but he doesn't seem as strong at 1,200m, while John Moore's Super Prince can give a sight first-up after coming up with the prized inside barrier. In the middle pin, horses at the top of the weights look set to dominate and it's hard to go past the in-form Funtrap when seeking a safe banker option. The John Size-trained gelding had the blinkers added two starts back and just touched off late by Good To Great before making amends last start with an all-the-way win over 1,000m. Although returning to 1,200m, Douglas Whyte will be able to give the Sandtrap gelding the run of the race, either in the lead of the box seat, after coming up with gate two. Dangers look to be Champion Winner, Southern Light and Super Fighter, while King Palm and Touch Down are the two that should be finishing hard and can run into the minor money. Whyte looks to hold the aces in the final leg, where he will team up with the promising Dordenma, who will jump from the inside gate. Dordenma was narrowly beaten last time by Whyte on Elfhelm but the result may have been different if Christophe Soumillon had not lost his whip on the Dennis Yip Chor-hong-trained gelding with 250m remaining. Dordenma looks set to get the run of the race and prove the horse to beat with the dangers being Forever Win, Sunday Delight and Sea Treasure. Double Pleasure is entitled to some consideration with the drop in class and Dragon Stride is hard to leave out given his consistent form this season.