French star Eric Legrix was literally laughing in the streaming rain when Tres Vite (7-1) won the final event at Sha Tin yesterday to make it a double for the talented rider. Those of the 50,000 crowd still left on course had difficulty following the race in the dreadful conditions and Legrix said: 'I honestly did not know if I had won it until I looked up and saw the number on the board.' Tres Vite beat stablemate Glamorous Palace (18-1) by a short head with the horses wide apart on the track at the end of the Class Two, 1,600-metre event. But it was not the tight finish that had Legrix wondering if he'd notched a winning double. 'I had only one pair of goggles and the rain was so heavy that I could hardly see at all. He is a good horse to ride and kept going well and likes to have some give in the ground. But it was not until I came back that I definitely knew I had won,' said Legrix. Game Wasabi (15-1) had broken through to win at his last start but was tackling tougher company in this 12-runner event. But he battled on gamely under Robbie Fradd to keep second place just ahead of favourite Lord Of Warriors (5-2), who finished fourth. The atrocious conditions for a young horse having his first start in much tougher open company played their part in the defeat of the youngster who was being pitched in at the deep end after two griffin wins - admittedly highly impressive efforts. The Tony Cruz-trained youngster should not be discarded on this effort. Legrix had earlier teamed up with veteran local handler Wong Tang-ping to initiate the winning double with 2-1 favourite Best Of The Best in the Victoria Racing Club Trophy. It was a highly impressive effort from this year's griffin star who came from a tricky position in the 1,000-metre, Class Two dash to score by a neck from Bullish (10-1) with topweight Fukien Boy (15-1) a short head further back. Best Of The Best is now a straight-course specialist but Bullish had established a handy break and Fukien Boy, another who loves this dash, was also very handy inside the final 100 metres. But a surge of raw power over the last 50 metres saw Best Of The Best home.