John Moore's clever engagement of apprentice Marco Chui Kwan-lai should result in promising three-year-old Inspiration landing his third win for the season when he lines up in the final leg of Sunday's Triple Trio at Sha Tin. The progressive Flying Spur gelding returned from the summer break looking more mature and furnished and wasted little time in returning to his best when scoring a narrow win on the all-weather track in Class Four company. He was desperately unlucky second-up at Happy Valley after travelling wide and finding trouble on more than one occasion but he made amends with an every-chance win last time under apprentice Alex Lai Hoi-wing. While Lai rode the perfect race on Inspiration in beating Bear Marcho by a neck, Moore has opted for Chui because of his 10-pound claim, which is five pounds more that Lai's allowance. Inspiration then only rises three pounds for the victory and meets Bear Macho on two-pound better terms. Chui, who rode his first winner for Moore when partnering Plezayre to victory at Happy Valley on Wednesday night, should have little trouble in finding the lead on Inspiration and he will be the one they all have to run down. While Bear Macho couldn't bridge the gap last start, his effort was better than it appears given he was forced to race wide throughout, while the winner enjoyed all favours. The David Ferraris-trained three-year-old looks a terrific double banker with Inspiration, despite needing a touch of luck early from his awkward draw of gate 10. Others entitled to consideration are impressive last-start winners Northern Hero and Joy And Fun, despite both taking a rise in class, while Galbraith is entitled to another chance from an inside draw. In the opening leg, it's impossible to go past the classy All's Well when looking for a banker given the four-year-old is yet to miss a place in 13 appearances. The Danny Shum-trained gelding has turned in two excellent runs this season and the form through his last-start third to Absolute Champion reads very well given Hong Kong Mile aspirant Armada, who ran fourth, won his next start. Gerald Mosse, who took the mount ahead of his regular ride Planet Ruler, will need a bit of luck from the poor draw of 13 but All's Well clearly has the class to cover some ground and still be there when it counts. Other worthy inclusions are Helene Pillaging, Planet Ruler, Royal Delight, Firm Offer and Special King Prawn. In the middle pin, the Cathay Pacific Hong Kong Sprint, super sprinter Takeover Target looks a standout banker despite having to overcome the poor draw of gate 12. The champion Australian gelding is having his first start since scoring a runaway victory in the Sprinters' Stakes in Japan, which was his fourth Group One success. On the evidence of several smart gallops in trackwork, the Joe Janiak-trained gelding remains at the top of his game and he should have a bit too much class for his opposition. His biggest threats will come from Sunny Sing, Down Town and Benbaun, while Silent Witness is hard to leave out given he looks set to be gifted the run of the race from gate two.