Fate failed to favour riding legend Gary Moore for his swansong when the mounts were drawn yesterday for Macau's big international jockeys meeting on Sunday, writes Lawrence Wadey. Moore pulled outsider First Horse out of the hat for the 1,800-metre International Jockeys' Invitation Cup but he does have a better chance on the Joe Murphy-trained mudlark Cullen Castle in the 1,400-metre Invitation Bowl. 'You never know what is going to happen in this game but First Horse does look to have something to find on the ratings,' Moore said before last night's sand meeting in Macau. Moore, 45, retires after Sunday's meeting in which he has just four booked rides. His glittering but sometimes turbulent 30-year career, has yielded seven Hong Kong titles, one French championship, the Arc de Triomphe, a French Derby, and English and French 1,000 Guineas and two Hong Kong Derbies as well as 20 Group One wins throughout the world.