Promising Super Goal Master has more ability than his record suggests and he can begin what should be a prosperous season on a winning note in the opening leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. The four-year-old only boasts a scoreline of one win and four placings from 11 starts but there is no doubt had luck been on his side more often he would be placed a lot higher in the ratings. His effort three starts back when fifth to Silver Mark was terrific as he covered ground and was shunted wide on the home bend. He then powered home to finish fourth at his next outing after being forced to settle rearward from his outside alley. He backed up four days later and found trouble early in the straight before running a commendable fifth to Super Fantasy. The Caspar Fownes-trained gelding indicated he had relished a break from racing when appearing at the trials last Tuesday. Under race rider Jacky Tong Chi-kit, he parked off midfield and covered ground before lengthening smartly over the final stages to finish an eye-catching third to Careless Whisper. Apart from appearing to have a class edge on his rivals tomorrow night, Super Goal Master has drawn to get all favours after coming up with gate one and he looks a standout banker for TT players. The main danger is likely to come from three-year-old Magic King, who makes his debut for the Andreas Schutz stable. He showed ability in four starts last season as a griffin and he is likely to spear out from gate 10 to be right on the speed and be the one to gun down under Douglas Whyte. Other worthy inclusions are Feel-So-Good and Crush On You, while the surprise packet could be Vital Patrol under a light weight. In the middle pin, Perseverance is hard to go past when in search of a banker on the strength of his last-start success when making his debut for the Tony Cruz stable. The six-year-old made a one-act affair of his last assignment over the same course and distance after parking outside the leader and despite a rise in weight he won't find this event a great deal harder. With the race likely to be run at a solid tempo, Brett Prebble should have the luxury of parking on the back of the speed and Perseverance should have little trouble in getting over the top of his rivals. The well-drawn pair of Key Winner and G-One Leading will provide the stiffest competition, while Chater De Lago is entitled to claims and Sudden Splendor and Kaiser's Choix can figure if they get some early breaks from wide gates. In the final leg, the promising Good To Go is deserving of his status as top pick on the evidence of a smart lead-up trial. The David Ferraris-trained entire opened his winning account last start over the same course and distance despite finding trouble and this event doesn't appear any tougher. He stepped out at last Saturday night trials at Sha Tin and was under a tight rein in finishing second to Sunday's impressive winner Favourite Supreme. Although drawn awkwardly in gate nine, there looks a strong chance that Whyte will be able to secure a position on the back of the speed and he should prove too classy for his opposition. Others entitled to inclusion are Winning Fellowship, Wine Win, Dragon And Gold and the speedy Classa For Ever.