The remarkable transformation of the once-lamentable Rockalot looks set to go to another level at Sha Tin tomorrow, despite the gelding taking a rise in class in the final leg of the Triple Trio. With the TT failing to go off on Sunday, the main prize is expected to reach HK$10 million and on the back of an easy last-start win, Rockalot looks a terrific banker from a good draw under a light weight. The half-brother to the smart Skyview Bar had his first campaign last season and looked a limited conveyance, only managing to beat home a total of three runners in his four starts. He was transferred to the Ricky Yiu Poon-fie stable in the off season and turned in an improved effort when resuming on November 25 to finish a ?-length fourth to Rising Win after camping on the speed and looming as a winning chance in the straight. He fronted up 31 days later and proved the effort was no fluke by drawing away to score an authoritative victory in an effort that indicated he should have little trouble coping with a rise in grade. He rises to 2,000m for the first time tomorrow, but from gate two with only 118 pounds to carry, Glen Boss should give the four-year-old the run of the race and he shapes up as the one to beat. His main dangers will come from Red Wine Honey, Sambuoyant, Amazing Choice, Happy Heroes and the likely leader Barracuda. In the opening leg, the disappointing Able Standard finally gets his chance to open his winning account with a drop to Class Five for the first time. He showed good promise as a three-year-old in New Zealand when winning two of five but has struggled after arriving off a rating of 85, with connections reportedly holding Derby aspirations with him. The six-year-old has shown glimpses of ability, especially on the training track, but his 23 starts have only netted two placings. Three of his five runs this season have been sound and he looks primed to get the run of the race from gate three under Douglas Whyte. Toughest to beat will be the impressive last-start winner Withallmyheart, while others entitled to consideration are Palio King, Simply Joy, Namjong Sky and Silver Wraith. In the middle pin, the honest Moshi Moshi looks the safest banker option, given he is primed to get the run of the race in an event likely to be run at a moderate tempo. The John Moore-trained gelding was unlucky not to finish closer to the promising Unique Jewellery two starts back after being held up in the straight and his last-start second to the up-and-coming Presto was full of merit. Darren Beadman will have the option to either lead or take the box-seat run on the four-year-old and he won't get a better chance to notch another win. The main danger will come from Deerfield, who looks perfectly placed with a drop in class and has gate one, while other worthy inclusions are Buccaneer, Real Pleasure, Shatin Win Win and Beautiful Choice.