South African ace Felix Coetzee is wrapping up a successful season in good style and came within a neck of a last-night double at Happy Valley. He landed the opening winner with a well-judged ride on Grand Prize (5-1), a good horse this season for the Brian Kan Ping-chee stable. Two races later he was staring the double in the face until the last two strides when the strongly fancied Action Win grabbed him. Bottomweight Colours Hero (45-1) set a hectic pace over the 1,650-metre trip in the night's first event and Coetzee wisely elected to drop in behind on the normally front-running Grand Prize. The winner still moved along at a good clip and when Colours Hero predictably folded, Coetzee was able to muster that vital extra effort out of Grand Prize and went on to win comfortably. Gambled-on Gainsborough's Boy (3-1) was given every chance, but could only plod on into second while Star Of Marble (9-2) could not get into the race until it was all over and finished third, ahead of the disappointing favourite Lik King (3-1) who found little under heavy riding from John Marshall. Popular local rider Rambo Tse Wai-ho threw everything at Action Win (5-1) to get up in the final strides and win the Class Five third event by a widening neck from Paradise (15-1). This was a gritty test over 1,800 metres and Coetzee used plenty of initiative in trying to steal the low-class affair by driving Paradise clear coming to the top of The Rock. He was well clear on a front-runner's track as they straightened, but Tse was narrowing the gap slowly on the Wong Tang-ping galloper. It was touch and go until the last 20 metres when the hard-riding Tse urged a final effort from Action Win who was actually going away as they hit the line. Will It Figure (5-2 favourite) ate up the ground in the straight but the distance was essentially too short and he was three parts of a length away third at the line. It was the popular Tse's 12th winner of a good season and typified his never-say-die style of riding.