Trainer Me Tsui Yu-sak has turned around the fortunes of several under performing horses this season and he looks set to have another success story with Show Bravely in the opening leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. Tsui equalled his first-season tally of 17 winners on Saturday when Shangdong General scored in class-record time and his efforts in getting the best out of horses such as Good Trio, Care Free Prince, Sudden Splendor and Fat Dragon has been most impressive. While Show Bravely may be in the twilight of his career, the seven-year-old has been racing with renewed zest of late and he finds a perfect race tomorrow to put an end to a long losing sequence. The Barathea gelding hinted he was coming back to something like his best with a sound effort behind Main Attraction three starts back after enduring a wide trip and he was again forced to race wide at his following outing when a commendable fifth to Big Winner. He switched to Happy Valley last Wednesday and was arguably unlucky not to take the prize over his more-fancied stablemate Fantastic Win after being strung up in traffic turning in and only getting into the clear when the race was all over. His effort to get within a length of the winner after flashing home in the final 200 metres was excellent and clearly indicated there was still life in his ageing legs. Although it is 27 months since his last success, Show Bravely is now remarkably well placed on his best form, and under a light weight from an inside alley he should take a lot of beating under apprentice Terry Wong Chi-wai. Hardest to hold out will be the course and distance specialist Spectacular Hit, aided by a good draw and the engagement of Douglas Whyte, while others entitled to consideration include Feburo, Natural Echo, Acceleration and Fortune Gold. In the middle pin, it's impossible to go past Winning Champ when in search of a banker as the four-year-old looks set to bounce straight to the front and is unlikely to receive a great deal of pressure. The Dennis Yip Chor-hong-trained gelding has been a good improver this season with two course and distance wins and his last performance when narrowly beaten by Optic King was full of merit as he was pressured the entire race. From gate five, Wong should have little trouble in finding the front and Winning Champ should again prove too slick for his rivals. The in-form Optic King looks a big danger again with the advantage of a good draw under Brett Prebble, while others to keep safe are Racing Spirit, Wisdom Express and last-start winner Beaming River. The final leg seems light on for depth, which should allow Capability to finally return to winning form. The Alex Wong Yu-on-trained underwent a gelding operation after disappointing two starts back behind Miraculous. He will find this more suitable than his first-up assignment behind Fortune Wheel. His sole success came over this course and distance, and from gate two Manoel Nunes should give the Cape Cross gelding an energy-saving run before unleashing a powerful finishing burst in the final stages. Quality-Quality looks the main danger on the back of a solid last-start performance behind the in-form Miraculous, while Tabbris should give a good sight out in the lead with Multi King the likely improver with a rise to 1,650m for the first in his career.