REGARDLESS of how he fares in today's Legislative Council elections, trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee will awaken with a warm winning glow after slamming home another double at Sha Tin yesterday. It has been an Indian summer of a season for Kan, who stands as an independent candidate for a seat in New Territories East. But his real business is training winners and the latest brace lifts him back to third place on the trainers' standings, one clear of Tony Cruz. The providers - Go Go Win and Happy Forever - have been two of the yard's more versatile and consistent performers this term. And as is so often the case with the Kan camp, the spoils were shared. The mount of Go Go Win (21-1) went the way of claimer Peter Y. S. Wong and he did a grand job to keep the four-year-old going all the way to the line in the Class Four longer sprint. After racing wide in the early stages, Wong pushed forward to join favourite Delightful Special (3.2-1) to the home turn. But Go Go Win's nine-pound pull in the weights made all the difference in the run to the line as he drew a length clear of the popular-elect in the dying stages. The flashy grey three-year-old Gallant Blossom (17-1) made up stacks of ground along the fence to finish an eye-catching third. From a market viewpoint, Go Go Win was very much the stable's second string with Bordeaux (7.7-1) and Felix Coetzee jumping on the third line of betting. But after leading early Bordeaux caved in, finishing some 11 lengths back in ninth spot. Go Go Win had been a winner two starts back over 1,800 metres for female apprentice Willy Kan and it was an astute training performance to liven him up for the drop to seven furlongs. Likewise, Happy Forever (7.8-1), who had been mixing it over 1,400 to 1,600 metres of late and was having his first crack at 1,000 metres. But Coetzee knows this four-year-old like an old chum and he bustled him along from his wide barrier (13) and held Best Of The Best (2.3-1 favourite) fairly comfortably. The margin was only a head on the line but Coetzee never looked genuinely concerned. Third place went to straight-course specialist Fukien Boy (8-1) with Paddy Payne up.