POST-Christmas punters heading for Happy Valley tomorrow night can look forward to an entertaining second leg of the Double Trio where recent winner Team Valour looks likely to start favourite. Many a young horse has come to immediate grief when striking the synthetic surface for the first time, but the Ivan Allan-trained Team Valour took to it like a veteran last time and won as he pleased. However, he may not have things entirely his own way in this Class Three, 1,600-metre event as he tangles with the John Moore-trained Colours Hero, who has been waiting for exactly this type of race. The clash primarily between these two has added piquancy as Allan is currently going really well in the battle for the trainers' championship - and Moore, of course, is his arch rival. It is hard not to believe it could actually come down to these two horses but the younger Team Valour might be the better banker bet for the second leg. But Colours Hero put in a top performance when apprentice-ridden earlier this season over this trip and is very much at home on equitrack. He's been out and about since then but Colours Hero needs this surface to be at his most effective. Lung Huang Shan, like so many of trainer Brian Kan's horses, tends to earn his oats and isn't left too long in the stable. He has always had a liking for the Valley and over this mile trip looks best of the rest. Horses like Irish imports Rambo and Mannidear are beginning to fall to marks where they could be useful but it may be better to wait just a little while longer. The first leg is a Class Four event over 1,400 metres and there are a number of chances here. But trainer Lawrie Fownes' Tung Feng made a pleasing reappearance at Sha Tin 10 days ago and could well be worth following here. He is accorded the banker role but faces a real threat from veteran Love Match - definitely improving - last-start winner Top News, progressive Star Of Marble and Outsider II. There are a host of chances and half chances here so value could easily be gained in this second leg. Love Match ran a much better race last time and if he has truly come back to his best will be a major chance. And Outsider II is always a danger in exactly this type of moderate equitrack event.