It's been an 'eternity' coming, but Kingifly can finally reward his patient connections with a well-deserved win in the final leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. The gelding, prepared by Ricky Yiu Poon-fie, may be considered in many circles to be a non-winner after failing to claim a major prize in 31 attempts, but he has several strong performances to his credit, including two second placings behind star sprinter Sacred Kingdom. The six-year-old looked to have his first victory in the bag three starts back, only to be nailed on the line by promising Craig's Dragon, before turning in a batting effort at his next assignment behind smart three-year-old My Home Town. He turned in his usual honest effort at his last start when finishing a close-up fifth to Glenealy Star in a leader-dominated race and, despite being better known at Sha Tin, he does boast a second placing to Good To Go at the city circuit. From gate two this time, apprentice Alex Lai Hoi-wing should be able to secure the run of the race on Kingifly and, with the benefit of his three-pound claim, managed to break his duck. His main danger will come from in-form Century Super Star, from the prized inside alley under a light weight. The Andreas Schutz-trained gelding turned in a terrific effort to finish second to promising Spring Sun, and was far from disgraced when finishing a close-up sixth to Unique Jewellery last start. He will find this an easier assignment and has performed well at this track and trip in the past. Others worthy of inclusion are Super Charge, Jolly Good Fortune, Super Goal Master and Salut Beaute. In the opening leg, Rising Win could prove a value banker on the back of a luckless performance last start on the all-weather track. The Andy Leung Ting-wah-trained gelding was in a prime spot turning for home before Howard Cheng Yue-tin was held up and forced to change course at a crucial stage. The eight-year-old closed off well when in the clear to finish fourth, only a head from the winner, Limoncello, and little doubt with clear running he would have claimed the prize. He will have no problem returning to Happy Valley, should enjoy a trouble-free run from gate three, and can land his second win for the season, given the event is lacking in genuine chances. His main dangers will come from Natural Echo, Bulb Treasure, Strike To Win and Serious Play. In the middle pin, Meath looks ideally placed with the claim for apprentice Terry Wong Chi-wai to bounce back to winning form. The Me Tsui Yu-sak-trained gelding was unlucky not to finish closer to Kenobe two starts back after being tight on room in the straight, before turning in a good performance from a wide barrier last outing behind Wonderful Blessing. From gate five, he should be able to land a prime spot on the back of the speed and, given so many rivals struggling to find form, he should prove too good. Clear danger, and an appealing double banker, is Embraces with the aid of gate one for Golden Slipper-winning jockey Glen Boss. The Gary Ng Ting-keung-trained gelding has been performing with merit in unsuitable races, and he won't get a better chance to notch a win with a rise in distance under a light weight. Others entitled to consideration are Romantic Green, Striking Mascot and Bold Champion, with the potential improver being Alice Too.