While Douglas Whyte's suspension on Sunday has caused plenty of discussion, with the majority believing it was a reprimand offence at best, the champion jockey looks set to pay all expenses with a strong book of rides at Sha Tin this afternoon. Heading Whyte's agenda on this busy day at the office will be the exciting Warrior in the seventh event. Warrior, an effortless winner down the straight at his only start last season, looks a future top-grade performer and despite the unappealing price of $14 favourite on last night's early tote call, it's impossible to tip against him. Warrior is a four-year-old by O'Reilly, a former Group One sprinter himself and he, in turn, is a son of two champion sprinters, Last Tycoon and the 1989 Blue Diamond-Golden Slipper heroine Courtza. Warrior is one of five mounts Whyte has for John Size this afternoon, including last-start winners Bajan Bell (race one) and Right Fraar (race 10). The four-time champion handler has also engaged Whyte for Luminous (race eight) and Thistle King (race nine), who performed creditably first-up at the September 9 meeting. Whyte's other mounts are Optic King (race two) for Peter Ng Bik-kuen, Magic King (race three) for Andreas Schutz, Real Surprise (race five) for Alex Wong Yu-on and Chater Power (race 6) for David Ferraris. Whyte will also ride at the National Day Cup meeting on Monday before beginning his two-day ban that stemmed from his ride on Congratulation, near the 800m, on Sunday.