Gerald Mosse has started the season in dazzling form and Triple Trio players are well advised to jump on the bandwagon because the French riding ace appears to have outstanding chances in all three legs at Happy Valley tomorrow night. Mosse sits on the top of the premiership table with 14 wins for the season, two ahead of Douglas Whyte, and has ridden a double at the past three meetings. He looks set for another bumper night with all his mounts for the programme drawing favourable gates. Mosse teams up with Military Option in the opening leg and although the six-year-old hasn't won in just on two years, the Manfred Man Ka-leung-trained gelding put the writing on the wall with a first-up fourth behind Liaobuqi five weeks ago. The Red Ransom gelding settled back in the field and worked home soundly in the final stages, but the effort was better than it appeared as the slow speed set by Liaobuqi made it virtually impossible for the backmarkers to get into the event. Military Option will be greatly improved by the outing and he is very well classed, based on his excellent performances over this course and distance last season. The biggest threats will come from Liverbird, Right Choice, Sunrise Rainbow and Vincere, who is now prepared by new expatriate horseman Andreas Schutz. Mosse will be the man to catch in the middle pin, in which he teams with likely leader Cannonise. The Almond Lee Yee-tat-trained gelding was well beaten first-up when struggling to run out the 1,400 metres behind Down Town and he had valid excuses last start behind Sunny Power after being caught three wide outside the leaders. He will be at his peak for the two outings and, from gate one, he should be able to find the lead and be the one to run down in the concluding stages. The biggest danger, and an appealing double banker, is the veteran Fantasy, who turned in an excellent effort when resuming on the all-weather track on September 24. The Francis Lui Kin-wai-trained gelding struggled to stay in touch early due to a hectic speed, but he rocketed to the line in the final stages to finish third to Golden Care. He will strip fitter for the run, has drawn to advantage and his last success came over this track and trip. Others entitled to consideration are Genki King, Lucky Winner, Salut Beaute and Harmony, while Conestoga is more than capable but will need plenty of luck to overcome the horror draw of gate 12. In the final leg, Mosse's skills will be put to a big test on 44-start maiden Toy Quest but the Caspar Fownes-trained gelding has hinted in two runs this season that the patience of owner Samson Chan Ming-yiu may finally be rewarded. The eight-year-old turned in a good first-up effort to come from back in the field to finish third to Century Super Star in an unsuitable sprint race and he was unlucky not to finish closer than sixth to promising Towering Feeling last start. Toy Quest enjoyed an easy run on the back of the speed but ran into traffic problems when looking to get into the clear before staying on solidly after seeing daylight. He will be peaking after two runs from a spell and from gate one he should get every chance in the run. While it's hard to predict that the chestnut will go through and land his first success, he does have appeal as a trio banker because he seems sure to be placed on his current form. Hardest to beat will be Sixty Seconds, who has turned in two very good runs this season and is also drawn to save ground, while other worthy inclusions are Elfhelm, Always Zieten, Capability and Tiramisu.