BRILLIANT youngster Danzighill (2-1 favourite) maintained his unbeaten record on his seasonal reappearance at Sha Tin yesterday but not without a fight - and a fright for punters. Officially there was a short head between the winner and another very smart performer in Rising Glory (3-1) and it was a desperate battle over the final strides between Piere Strydom on the winner and New Zealander Larry Cassidy. Racegoers glued to the television replays saw Danzighill just prevail, but Cassidy objected immediately on the grounds of interference inside the final 200 metres. It was back to the television sets for the fans and it was clear that the two horses had come together as both jockeys rode desperately for the line. The stewards finally overruled the objection finding that neither jockey had stopped riding after the two had brushed. Danzighill, who is one of the stars of the Select Sales, has now made it three from three and should progress. Strydom said: 'I wasn't too worried when we were in the inquiry room because the other one had come out before I actually came in. 'I think 1,400 metres is about the right trip for him now but he will probably get a mile in time. He was getting tired at the end but he will improve and I feel sure that he is a quality horse. He feels like one to me.' Danzighill and Rising Glory dominated betting and the race but there was also a good run from Orlando Magic (12-1) who just beat Manor Lord (30-1) for third. The Geoff Lane-trained youngster will improve on this performance and looks a future winner. A rather frustrating start to the season ended for top trainer Patrick Biancone who landed his first winner in the second event when Eric Legrix, at his punishing best, got topweight Namjong Brothers (12-1) home by a hard-fought head. Legrix made all in the Class Four, 1,400-metre event and just saw off Shining Winner (8-1) with Lucky Express (16-1) a length away third under local rider Jackie C.K. Tse. Port Hope (5-1) finished fourth under Wendyll Woods but do not give up on this one. He was laying on his side when the gates opened and jumped outwards immediately hitting his winning chances. Wonderful Winners (16-1) could improve on his fifth place finish.