Olivier Doleuze appears to have the key to capable Ample Gains and with the flamboyant Frenchman returning to the saddle, the six-year-old can bounce back to his best in the final leg of tomorrow afternoon's Triple Trio at Sha Tin. With the TT failing to go off at the last two weekend meetings, the main prize is expected to swell to HK$23 million and, with the advantage of an inside alley, Ample Gains makes plenty of banker appeal. He indicated he was coming back to form again three starts back when turning in a good effort in an unsuitable 1,200-metre event on the all-weather track, before being unsuited by a switch to turf at his next outing. He was well supported to return to his best last start, but was forced to work early from a wide alley and his effort to be beaten less than three lengths by Sea Treasure was commendable. He will get an easier time of things on this occasion from gate three, is well graded on his best form and it's significant that his last two victories have come under the guidance of Doleuze. His main danger will come from well-drawn Summerville Power, despite his preference for a race over more ground. The seven-year-old resumed from a bleeding attack with an excellent effort behind Fat Choy Forever, before coming up a neck short behind Sea Treasure last start. He should get all the favours from the inside alley and be the one Ample Gains has to gun down in the final stages. Others entitled to inclusion are Global Win, Fat Choy Forever and Sea Treasure, with the potential improver being Speedy Warrior on the back of two solid performances. In the opening leg, Silly Boy fits the banker bill with a drop to Class Five and barrier one. The last two times the eight-year-old raced in this grade he has taken the major prize, and his performance two starts back in an unsuitable race behind Racing Spirit indicated his winning turn was again near. Spicy Hot has been a disappointment, but he gets one more chance with the advantage of an inside alley and a tongue tie being added, while others to keep safe are Cash Money, Not Quite Perfect, Able Standard and Fast Winner. The middle pin looks tricky, but Champion Lad shapes as a value banker on the back of a luckless last-start performance. The John Moore-trained gelding has already landed two successes this season, and he was arguably unlucky not to claim a third last start after being hopelessly held up for the majority of the straight. He is not going to find this assignment any tougher and will only need an ounce of luck from gate 10 to make amends. His biggest stumbling block appears to be the Ricky Yiu Poon-fie-trained Spare A Dime, despite being a costly conveyance to punters. He will be all the better for one run from a spell and will appreciate a rise up to 1,600m for only the second time in his career. Others worthy of consideration are Red Ruler, Mings' Hero, Ka Ka Smart and Fortune Gallop.