The aptly named Honest Treasure appears the key runner for players of Sunday's massive Triple Trio jackpot, looking the safest banker in the second leg in what shapes up as another difficult puzzle to solve. With last Sunday's TT failing to be landed after some wide results, the main prize on offer is expected to reach HK$70 million and the improved Honest Treasure looks set to continue his consistent form after landing the prized inside alley. The Tony Cruz-trained gelding hadn't managed a place in seven starts when the season opened but he has continued to step up to the mark in winning two of five and placing on the other three occasions. The Danehill gelding opened his winning account three starts back with an every-chance win over 1,400 metres at Sha Tin before switching to 1,200m on the all-weather for the first time and finishing a gallant second to Speed Fighter despite being three wide throughout. He lined up over the same course and distance three weeks later and came from a seemingly impossible position with 200m remaining to steal the prize after showing great determination. Felix Coetzee replaces apprentice Marco Chui Kwan-lai on the five-year-old, which results in a hefty weight increase of 15 pounds, but Honest Treasure will appreciate returning 1,400m and looks set to be gifted the run of the race. Speed runners Fat Dragon and Island Speed will be the toughest to run down in the straight, while other worthy inclusions are Fingers Crossed and First Knight. Baazigar and Flying Kenny are also entitled to some attention. The opening leg is unlikely to be run at a frantic tempo, which should play into the hands of the honest Pleasure Pleasure, who looks nicely placed with the claim for apprentice Terry Wong Chi-wai. The Almond Lee Yee-tat-trained gelding has been very consistent over the last 12 months when produced over 1,400m at Sha Tin and he will find this more suitable than his recent assignments. Wong should slide forward from gate eight to be right on the speed and the Snippets gelding will take a lot of running down in the concluding stages. Others entitled to consideration are Aurelian, down in class with blinkers added again, King Of Spades and Devon Flair, with the potential improver being Faster Faster with a rise in distance. The final leg is laden with chances but an appealing banker option is Happy Kid given he has the ability to race forward in an event that is likely to be a run at a moderate tempo. The six-year-old has taken time to hit his form this season but showed he was back in business when working home well to finish a close-up fifth to Brave Knight in an unsuitable 1,200m event at Happy Valley two starts back. He again worked home well in a leader-dominated race over the same distance at Sha Tin last outing to finish fourth to Dragon And Gold and the last time he raced over this course and distance off a similar mark last season he was successful. Multo Expresso and Feel-So-Good are must includes from good draws, while others entitled to respect are Luminous, Conqueror and the promising Super Goal Master.