IN a dramatic night at Happy Valley two more jockeys fell, another is almost certainly ruled out of Saturday's meeting and New Zealander Greg Childs was suspended for three days for careless riding. Both champion jockey elect Basil Marcus and local rider Rambo Tse Wai-ho walked away unhurt from spectacular falls but English ace Alan Munro wrenched muscles in the shoulder he injured in a fall last Sunday. Childs was aboard the massively-supported Show Ability, backed in from 18-1 overnight to 4-1 favourite in the opening event. In the closing stages he dived inside and forced Irish ace Mick Kinane to snatch up weakening Gunner. Childs said: 'I held up my hands. I am a bit lucky it wasn't more. I went for a run that looked as if it was going to be there and it wasn't. It does happen. 'But the Stewards took into account that I had a completely clear record over three and a half seasons and gave me three days.' Munro is doubtful for Saturday's Sha Tin meeting for which declarations are taken this morning. His right arm was virtually powerless after he came back from riding Gold Talent in the fourth event. 'It is the shoulder I fell on when I came off Turf Apex on Sunday. That was on the point of the shoulder. It felt a bit sore for the next day or so but I was perfectly all right riding trackwork,' Munro said. 'But I drew back to use the whip and suddenly I just couldn't get my arm moving right and it was very painful. I am going to see the physio tomorrow and I would hope to ride on Saturday but it must be doubtful.' On a brighter note, Hong Kong-owned Danewin will run in the world's richest race in Dubai in March. Delighted owner Sunny Yam received the invitation to compete in the desert spectacular just minutes before he left for Happy Valley racecourse last night. 'It came right out of the blue. We were all very disappoointed not to be invited in the first place. I was pretty confident that we would be asked to represent Australia but instead they choose Mahogany who has won one race in 12 months.'