Promising three-year-old All's Well should end well to land his fourth victory when he tackles Class Two company for the first time in the middle pin of Sunday's triple trio at Sha Tin. With the TT only being partially won at the last Sha Tin meeting, the carryover jackpot is expected to reach $8 million and All's Well has the perfect credentials to be installed a confident banker selection. The Danny Shum Chap-shing-trained gelding has been a model of consistency and is probably a shade unlucky that his record of three wins and three seconds from six outings does not read better. After returning with an arrogant win down the Sha Tin straight, the City On A Hill gelding looked a good thing beaten when encountering traffic problems in the straight before running on strongly to finish second to Cannonise. He quickly made amends at his next start off a confident Shane Dye ride in easily defeating Don Felipe and he lost no marks last time when finishing a neck second to the unbeaten Thistle King at his first attempt at 1,400m. With the rise to Class Two, All's Well is perfectly suited by the weight drop, should enjoyed an easy run on the back of the speed and prove too classy for his older rivals. The John Moore-trained Sunny Sing is also an emerging force and he will prove the main threat, making him quite appealing as a double banker option. The Sri Pekan gelding stepped up to 1,400m for the first time last time out and showed terrific finishing speed after being given a ground-saving ride by Christophe Soumillon to score in comprehensive fashion. This field does appear to have a bit more depth but the likelihood of a solid tempo will suit and he does give the indication that he will make it to Class One in time. The ever-reliable Sharki from Tony Millard stable has to be given consideration, while Liberal's Knight is worth another chance after having little luck in the home straight last start. In the opening leg, it's impossible to go past the John Size-Douglas Whyte teaming up with the improving Right Fraar. The four-year-old had his first start for the Size stable last outing and worked home solidly from well back in the field to finish right on the heels of the placegetters in a race won by Magnificent Horse. With the benefit of the run and the rise to 1,400m, he looks set to break his maiden status. Worthy inclusions are Murcielago, Super Marksman, Timber City and Metro Leader, while the likes of Able Mars, Mythic Steed and Pleasure Pleasure all need luck from poor barriers. The final leg looks quite competitive but Natural Nine shapes as the one to beat judging by his terrific debut performance two weeks ago. The Caspar Fownes-trained three-year-old appeared to lose any chance when he was terribly slow from the barriers but after settling at the tail of the field and switching wide in the straight, he finished powerfully for third to Disguise and Strong Gain. He should have derived good benefit form the experience, strip fitter and take a lot of holding out from an inside gate. Main dangers shape as Care Free Prince, Circular Machine, Silver Mark and Lucky Packet.