John Size and Douglas Whyte: last season they were the definitive 'Dream Team', helping each other to new personal bests in a term of absolute dominance. This season, their figures are far more modest but look set for a significant boost at Sha Tin this afternoon. The reigning premier trainer and jockey will combine in five of the 11 races and each of the five has legitimate winning chances. So far this year, Size has trained 20 winners and Whyte has ridden 11 of them, as well as another eight seconds and two thirds from 87 rides, giving the Durban Demon a 12.6 per cent success rate and a 24.1 per cent place strike rate with the leading handler from the first 44 meetings. Their line-up today is Har Har Charms (race four), Bajan Bell (race six), Rich For All (race eight), Man In The Mirror (race nine) and Pocket Money (race 10). Har Har Charms looks one of the day's best prospects in the Skol Cup for Class Three horses over the straight 1,000-metre course. The sprinter is better known over 1,200m than the minimum journey but the way he performed at Happy Valley last start, behind the in-form Easy, he's going to be awfully hard to beat in a race that's light on for genuine chances. Har Har Charms was a $68 chance on last night's 7pm tote call, with the Andreas Schutz-trained Kingifly the market leader at $29.