Brilliant Flash appears to have returned from a break with a new lease of life and he finds the perfect race to return to winning form in the final leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. With the TT failing to go off last week, the main prize is expected to swell to $15 million and although hardly the most reliable in the past, Brilliant Flash looks a terrific banker. The Caspar Fownes-trained gelding arrived with sound credentials from New Zealand, but he proved disappointing in those early days before finally registering a win in March last year, having dropped to Class Four for the first time. His only other success was a surprise victory over 1,200 metres in December, but it is hard not to be impressed with his two performance this time in. He resumed over 1,400m at Sha Tin on September 15 and settled at the tail of the field before unleashing a strong burst to finish sixth, just over two lengths from Safety First. To prove the performance wasn't a flash in the pan, Brilliant Flash lined up over the same circuit 11 days later and again ran smartly to finish sixth to promising Eight Plus Nine, beaten just over three lengths. The two outings should have the seven-year-old right at his peak. He is well suited stepping up to the mile and he strikes a race light on legitimate chances. His biggest threat will come from Thunder Dancing, who lines up for his first start beyond 1,400m. The Me Tsui Yu-sak-trained gelding is yet to open his winning account but he has many sound efforts to his credit. He resumed at Sha Tin on September 23 and turned in a terrific effort to be beaten just over two lengths after being no better than four wide throughout. Others entitled to consideration are Dashing Thunder, Fujian Prince, likely leader Connoisseur's Love and Bodacious. The opening leg is tough, but the best banker appears to be Wong's Favourite, despite failing to land a win from 20 starts. He has been a disappointment since arriving from England, but his last-start performance indicated he is finally ready to win. The five-year-old missed the start badly and was forced to race wide, eventually winding up sixth to Happy All Around. He will only need better luck in running to figure in the finish, with his main dangers likely to come from Gold Gem, Daneprint, Knight Templar, Natural Echo and Challenger. In the middle pin, Telecom Owner selects himself as a banker after drawing the inside alley. The three-year-old showed good promise in three runs as a griffin and turned in a smart performance when resuming at Sha Tin on September 15 to finish third to Champion Pioneer when attempting 1,600m for the first time. He will have derived good benefit from that experience, should get the run of the race under Kevin Shea and prove too progressive for his rivals. Wonderful Blessing will be the toughest to hold out now that he has a run under his belt. His effort after racing wide for the entire journey had plenty of merit and he is better suited stepping up to this trip, as well as moving to the city circuit. Other worthy inclusions are Solar and Beautiful Choice, while regular bridesmaid King Of Fish can never be left out of place consideration.