Irrepressible trainer Brian Kan Ping-chee and world-class French star Olivier Peslier stole the Happy Valley show last night when they combined to land Floral Joy (5-2 favourite) in the second leg of the International Jockeys' Championship. Floral Joy goes into the history books as the 700th winner trained by former champion Kan and Peslier, an equally irrepressible character, lifted Kan's hat as the trainer led the horse back and raised it triumphantly in the air. Frankie Dettori won the International Jockeys' Championship and British champion Kieren Fallon, back after suspension and illness, landed a brilliant treble. He took the nightcap on topweight Commander Charlie (5-1) with a powerful finish which saw him just edge out 2-1 favourite Chiu Shan Glory in the Class Two, 1,800-metre event. It was the second leg of a winning double for David Oughton, who had combined with Fallon to take the opening event on the programme with Braveheart. Kan had seen his official 700th winner disappear in a successful last-race objection on Saturday at the city track but said at the time that it would not take him long to reach the mark. Peslier produced a superb front-running display on the last-start winner to handily land the Classes Two and Three, 1,650-metre event to the raucous delight of the crowd. Said Kan: 'It is a good moment for me. The jockey did very well and I knew he would. Floral Joy is a good horse in front and he did everything right. 'I will wait until the International Day is over and have a party in the New Territories for my friends. But now I want to get to 724 winners - that is my target,' added Kan, talking about the long-time record held by former multiple champion trainer, George Moore. Earlier in the programme, the first leg of the Jockeys' Championship had gone to Fallon when Success Magic (7-1) lived up to good recent reports by winning this Class Four short sprint going away from topweight Sonic (9-1). Success Magic was turned out in fine shape by Ivan Allan and, even though the strapping three-year-old missed the start, supporters were given no reason to worry. Fallon brought him smoothly into the race and by the turn he was looming up and unquestionably the one to beat. Taking full advantage of a split on straightening, Fallon quickly collared Sonic to score an impressive win that suggests more in store for this one. The Irish ace opened with the win on Braveheart (4-1) who was chalking up his second successive victory. He did it by a head from Stoic (13-2) but those backing the runner-up had little luck. He is an awkward customer and received several checks in running before Wendyll Woods got him out in the straight to fly home and just fail narrowly as debutant Fortune Glory (6-1), tightened for room close home, ran an encouraging third for trainer Bruce Hutchison and jockey David Harrison. The Welsh-born jockey was smack on target in the featured Hong Kong Football Club Centenary Challenge Cup when he brought Tremendous Way (10-1) through with a great, late run in a five-way finish to edge out Super Goal (16-1), trained by Kan, and Crowning Vigors (5-1). It was a superb finish and Harrison said: 'He was really running on at the end of it and it was just enough.' Resident French rider Eric Legrix kept his season ticking over well with a win in the third race when Shining Winner (20-1) got up late to take the Class Five, 1,650-metre event for trainer Geoff Lane. It was another exciting finish in a night where the camera was called on frequently and Lane was pleased for the veteran galloper. 'He turns nine next month and he's still got a great heart for it. He has been great value for me and for his owners and I wouldn't want to say we won't be in the winner's circle again. You just don't rule out horses like Shining Winner,' said Lane. Legrix prevailed by the minimum margin from favourite Coup Pour Roi (4-1) with topweight Comedy (9-2) finishing third.