JOCKEY Scott Galloway, sacked by retaining trainer Eric Suen, received a boost at Taipa yesterday when partnering 5-1 winner Wah Sun for Irish trainer Johnny Roe. It was also a much-needed success for Roe who has had little luck this season but the handy stayer overcame an outside draw to prevail in the 2,200-metre second event. Galloway was brought in by Suen six weeks ago but, like several before him, failed to last the course with the trainer who has parted company with at least four jockeys this season. Wah Sun scored an effortless four-length win over topweight Polomyx (3-1 favourite) with Perfect Earning finishing third. Riding honours went to Australians Colin Dean and Neil Paine who both landed doubles. Paine was on the mark in the opener when Great Produce (3-1 favourite) scored for trainer Darby Armstrong over 1,200 metres in a modest Class Six event and the double was wrapped up in the eighth event when Double Jacket (7-1) readily obliged. Dean's double came for trainers Charles Leck and Keith Stone in the sixth and seventh events respectively. Stone's useful Sea Pigeon (5-1) prevailed by a short head in a 1,800-metre Class Four race but Dean had an armchair ride on All Good (6-1) who bolted in by five lengths in his 1,500-metre event.