Super Goal Master resumes from a break in the final leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley and, in a race likely to be set up for the run-on horses, the promising gelding should be able to finish over the top of his rivals. With the TT only being partially won last week, the main prize on offer is expected to reach HK$8 million and Super Goal Master makes the banker appeal, given he has already indicated he is heading to better class races. The Caspar Fownes-trained gelding took some time to learn what the game is all about but he finally put it together three starts back at Sha Tin when scoring a smart win over Pearl Of India and leaving in his wake the promising Luckyme. He stepped to 1,600 metres a week later but didn't quite run out the trip in the leader-dominated race won by Miraculous, before reverting to 1,400m last start and working home strongly for fifth to Luckyme after being slow away and settling well back. Fownes wisely gave the Spinning World three-year-old a break and he showed he was coming along very well for his return by finishing third to Double Pleasure in a barrier trial last Tuesday. The event looks set to be run at a solid speed, with the likes of New Triumph, Shining Dragon and My Pride all being pace influences, which should allow Olivier Doleuze to bide his time in the early stages before unleashing a powerful finishing burst. His main danger will come from the in-form New Triumph, while others entitled to consideration are Steel Nerves, Marvellous and debutant Bravo Bravo, who has been making a favourable impression at the trials. In the opening leg, it is hard to go past Kingsgate Glory when looking for a banker, given the Tony Millard-trained gelding should bounce straight on the lead from his inside draw. The three-year-old opened his winning account three starts back when leading all the way before running with merit at his following outing when stepping to 1,800m. He failed to back up the performance last start in running sixth to Triumphant Diamond, but the effort can be excused as he was given little peace in the lead. Kingsgate Glory should get a much softer time of things on this occasion, with Cheerful Happiness being the only other pace influence, and he will be the one they all have to catch under Anthony Delpech. The clear danger is the in-form Baazigar, who is well suited back to this course and distance, while other worthy inclusions are Pacific Alliance, Cheeky Lad and Cheerful Happiness. The middle pin looks tricky, but a switch to Happy Valley could have the desired result for the capable Prime Delight. The four-year-old showed great promise last season, mixing it with the likes of Good Ba Ba, Gold Striker and Supreme Gains, and his second-up effort behind Well Noted in a leader-dominated race suggested he was coming back to form. He never looked threatening last start behind Luckyme but showed he was back on song when closing off smartly in last Tuesday's trial. This is the easiest assignment he has struck this campaign and he will only have to perform close to his best to prove too good. Packing Angel, Kowloon Fit, Treasure Colt and Jubiloso are the ones to keep safe.