Dazzling Darryll Holland was as good as his name with a high-profile double at yesterday's Queen Elizabeth II Cup meeting at Sha Tin. The English riding star, nicknamed The Dazzler for a series of sparkling displays when he first came to the territory at the start of last season, took the Class Six second event on Shine and the Class Five eighth race on Super Class. Shine's win was for Holland's retaining trainer Geoff Lane who, like Holland, is enjoying a tremendous campaign, while Super Class' success took the astute Wong Tang-ping to the front in the battle to head the local trainers' list. The double lifted Holland to 26 winners for the season. Lane has now trained 21, though for him Shine's was a decidedly pyrrhic victory as the gelding, sporting blinkers for the first time yesterday, bled in running. Ping is also on 21 for the campaign and holds a slender lead of one over the in-form Alex Wong Siu-tan and Tony P.H. Chan. As well as taking Holland further up the jockeys' list, the double couldn't have come at a better time with so many eyes on Hong Kong for the Queen Elizabeth II Cup. 'It's hard enough to ride one winner let alone two so I'm absolutely chuffed to bits,' Holland said. 'And while it's always great to ride a double it's even better to do it on the big occasions.' Holland, who is coming in for a series of top outside rides such as David Oughton's Derby winner, Che Sara Sara, added: 'Geoff did a great job to keep Shine fresh enough to win over 1,200 metres and the blinkers obviously helped, too. 'And when I rode Super Class the other morning I thought that he was really well. 'I know he's had his problems but I was pleasantly surprised when I checked and found that he was rated on a mark of 31 in Class Five.' Shine scored by a short head from Pocket Full to continue leading Australian jockey Damien Oliver's luckless run of form. It was another bob of the heads which went against the Melbourne Cup-winning jockey. In this joint, when your luck is out, it's really out. River Treasure showed improved form to hold third from Jade Signet who benefitted from a drop back to 1,200 metres to only just fail to give seven-pound claimer Richard So his first winner of the season. Super Class had a length to spare over Jay Ee Eight with Lake Titicaca 13/4 lengths further back in third. Free Runner put in a big run to keep on for fourth having been driven mad up on the speed by Great Chivalry. Quality French jockey Eric Saint-Martin kept up his form, scoring on Another Patrol in the seventh. Another Patrol was recording his first victory from no fewer than 33 attempts. The only difference yesterday was that he was racing for the first time for the man with the Midas touch - Alex Wong Siu-tan.