Trainer Peter Ng Bik-kuen has not produced a winner from last 13 meetings, but the sales graduate Just Chill has the budding credentials to get the stable out of a cold spell in the opening leg of tomorrow night's Triple Trio at Happy Valley. Just Chill did little to recoup his 2008 acquisition price of HK$2.3 million with a single fourth from five starts last term, but has returned from the break a more mature and stronger individual this preparation. A son of the deceased Group One-winning Australian sprinter General Nediym, Just Chill finished well to pick up third and fourth prize money under the guidance of Vincent Sit Suen-keung in his first two outings on the dirt. It was a combination of a move to the 1,200m at Happy Valley and a riding change to Zac Purton that produced a trump result on October 21. Purton had him travelling with cover behind midfield before running on late to win going away by a ?-length over Classic Navigator and Country Magic. In a run 28 days later over the same course and distance, Purton had to ride him cold from gate 10 but was running on best of all late to get within a ? length of promising Topping Light. Next out at Sha Tin against fellow sales graduates, Just Chill didn't seem to see out the 1,400m, but with an ideal trip, a plum gate and the return of Purton, the three-year-old looks the one to beat this time. Purton has incidentally ridden three of Ng's five winners this term. Danabaa has rolled forward for a win and second since a return to blinkers and looks a dual banker play, with trainer Ricky Yiu Poon-fai calling on a 10-pound claimer, while Super General, Country Magic, Perfect Gear, Spicy Shrimp and The Untouchablelad are worth inclusion. In the second leg, Super Surprise looks a definite winning chance. The six-year-old ran home strongly off a quick pace to place second at long odds behind Keep Me over the 1,650m trip when resuming earlier this month. He is likely to get the tempo to suit again with Lucky Money, Jolly Wongchoy, Healthy Blueberry and Baturo involved. Ice Fire has changed stables since his last start, but had been rounding into form with a third on the dirt and fourth over the 1,650m from his past two starts and is drawn to give a cheeky run, while Fantastic Dancer, Best Noodle, Healthy Blueberry, Olympicship and Rocket And Gold are place chances. Glenealy Elite will have to go back from gate 11, but he only needs clear running room to figure on top in the final leg. Glenealy Elite was ridden cold from gate 10 by Brett Prebble and ran on strongly from last to win by a nose when resuming, and lost nothing in defeat last time out when a rallying fourth at Sha Tin. His main danger is last-start winner One Wee Acorn, while Noble Man, Victory Conqueror, Cars King Prawn, Star Of Fame and California Moon are other possible chances.