John Moore and Darren Beadman will hold the key to the Triple Trio fortunes at Sha Tin on Sunday, with King Al Akbar and First In Command appearing ideal banker plays to book-end the exotic, which holds a jackpot of almost HK$1 million. King Al Akbar has grown a leg since Moore got hold of the horse and Beadman started riding him quiet, and the odds-on winner of his past two starts looks likely to make it a hat-trick over the 1,400m to open the TT. Barrier nine and an impost of 133 pounds will ensure he has to earn victory but, against opposition that can only be described as moderate, the Moore-trained five-year-old should pack too many punches in the straight. Perhaps his main danger will come from Double Dragon, who will be at the front of the field with 10-pound claimer Vincent Ho Chak-yiu trying to pinch a break at the turn. Cheap early sectionals for the leaders will make King Al Akbar's job more difficult, while multiplying Double Dragon's hopes, and the pace of the race will prove key to the final placings, but King Al Akbar looks a standout to finish in the top three, barring an absolute calamity in running. Moore and Beadman can be relied upon once again in the final leg, and First In Command should prove hard to gun down over the straight 1,000m course first-up. The Commands gelding resumes from barrier 12 after winning twice last term and, going on the strength of his barrier trial, he should be adding to that tally in race six. For those looking for a double banker, David Hall's True Valour makes strong appeal at the bottom of the weights with Jeff Lloyd in the saddle. True Valour finished third behind Romantic City and Sichuan Success in his debut over 1,200m last month, has been kept fresh since and will be well placed from gate 13. Formerly known as Mr Doubtfire, True Valour's only win of his short career came over 1,050m in Adelaide for trainer Phillip Stokes, so the step back to the straight course looks ideal. Brett Prebble was on the Hall galloper last start, but is unable to get down to the feather weight of 113 pounds and will instead take the irons on Lucky Red, who has drawn the outside rail and is a straight course specialist. The Gary Ng Ting-keung-trained runner has recorded all five of his wins over this course, and Prebble jumps on the sprinter for the first time. Alex Wong Yu-on has thrown a curve ball by entering dirt specialist Flying China in the race, but he may prove a runner of interest to TT players looking for a value hope away from the obvious picks. The middle leg will be conducted over 1,200m on the all-weather track, and this could be the leg which provides a knockout. Moore and Beadman again have a good chance in King Of Hearts, but it would take a brave move to make the last-start winner a banker as he is probably one of the most unreliable horses. This galloper has good ability on his day, but is liable to turn in a shocker at any time and, with proven dirt runners like Mutual Friendship and Century Super Star in the event, he would need to produce his best to beat this field. Lightly raced improvers Fatboy Sugar, Rock'N Typhoon and Chateau De Caix also make appeal, as does Har Har Charms with 116 pounds and Greg Cheyne on his back.