Honest Magic Temple is going far better than his form suggests and with a drop to Class Four and a return to his preferred all-weather surface he looks an absolute stand out in the middle leg of tomorrow's Triple Trio at Sha Tin. With the TT being only partially won last Sunday, the prize on offer is expected to reach $15 million and the Sean Woods-trained gelding looks a ready-made banker from an inside gate with Douglas Whyte taking over the reins. The last time the six-year-old raced in this class, Whyte jumped on board for the first time and the pair went on to score a narrow win over capable all-weather track performer Cenamira after being given every chance in the run. While Magic Temple has struggled to fill a place in seven subsequent runs in Class Three, the way he has been hitting the line in the unsuitable events show him to be going extremely well. At his last outing over 1,200 metres on the artificial surface, the Slavic gelding found the tempo too sharp and settled with the tailenders, but closed off impressively in the final stages to be beaten just over four lengths by Winning Success. From gate four this time, Whyte should have Magic Temple poised to pounce turning for home and he looks to have a bit too much class for his rivals. Biggest danger, and an appealing double banker is in-form Master Able. The Woodman gelding returned to his best with a narrow victory after taking full advantage of gate one two outings back before coming from near the tail of the field last start with a powerful finishing burst to gun down Arrogance and Opera Magic. He looks set to be gifted the run of the race from gate two this time around under Manoel Nunes and he won't find this event a great deal tougher. The other main contenders are Opera Magic, Rain In Spring and Brave Commander. The opening leg, down the 1,000m straight, looks tricky but it's hard to go past Thunder Valley on his solid debut win when searching for a banker. The David Hall-trained gelding took his time to make it to the track but turned in a workman-like display to score narrowly over Winning Fellowship. He should have derived good benefit from the outing and won't find this event any tougher. Other worthy inclusions are Hong Kong Lad, who returns after throat surgery to correct a roaring condition, Country Magic, debutant Sacred Kingdom and the likely leader Obviously. In the final leg, the speedy Smarty Faces should be able to make amends for his last-start failure with Whyte taking over the reins. The Paul O'Sullivan-trained gelding scored a devastating win over this course and distance two starts back, before blowing his chances with a slow getaway last time out. In a race void of any other genuine pacemaker, Whyte should have little trouble in finding the front and the five-year-old should be able to return to his best. Biggest threats will come from Brave Knight, Happy Elite and Wiki Wiki, while the likes of That's It, Honest Treasure and Speed Fighter need to overcome wide barriers.