Darren Beadman had the perfect confidence booster for today's big meeting at Sha Tin with a treble in Sydney yesterday, including the Group One Ranvet Stakes on board Tuesday Joy. The win on superbly bred Tuesday Joy was so emphatic that Beadman immediately agreed to return to Sydney to ride her in the Group One BMW, a weight-for-age race over 2,400m at Rosehill in two weeks. In the jubilation that followed the victory, owner-breeder John Singleton started dreaming out loud of Europe's best race, the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in Paris in October, and the jockey didn't throw any cold water on the idea, telling him it would be 'a good target'. 'The BMW and the Arc double, that's something to think about,' Singleton told AAP. 'If Darren can ride her in Paris, we should go there. She is the perfect horse, she has the perfect breeding and he is the perfect jockey.' All three of Beadman's win were Group races on this Sydney Turf Club carnival meeting, the others being the Patinack Farm Canterbury Stakes on Mentality for trainer John Hawkes, and the Phar Lap Stakes on Acey Ducey for Grahame Begg. Beadman has six rides today at Sha Tin, highlighted by Joyful Winner in the Group Two Chairman's Trophy (1,600m). Five of his six mounts are for retaining trainer John Moore, while the other is last-start winner Amazing Venture for the David Ferraris yard. Amazing Journey is also the shortest-priced favourite of the day, with the early punters hammering him into even money ($20) on last night's tote call.