Championship-leading trainer John Moore made a beeline for chief stipe John Schreck last night following the surprise transfer from his yard of Sunday's heavily punted winner Accuracy. The youngster, scoring for the second time in just five starts for Moore, was one of the plunges of the season as he shortened seconds before the start from 20-1 to 11-1. He will now be trained by local handler Francis Lui. It is understood that Accuracy's owners gave the fluctuations in odds as the reason behind the transfer. But at Happy Valley last night Moore went to Schreck prior to the second event and delivered a hand-written statement which said: 'The owners' accusations for transferring were unfounded and I am quite willing to go in front of the stewards to answer any questions regarding the owners' reasons for transferring.' Meanwhile, the adjourned inquiry into the running and riding of Man of Honour ended with his rider, Club Jockey Jimmy Quinn, being told the stewards were 'giving him the benefit of a very grave doubt'. He was also told that in their opinion 'his ride . . . had displayed an almost complete lack of knowledge of pace'. Quinn had set a quick but even tempo on the Ivan Allan-trained runner in Sunday's 2,000-metre Gold Cup. But Allan fiercely defended Quinn. He commented: 'He [Man of Honour] has won three times ridden from in front and would have been pulling too hard if we had attempted to settle him behind at this kind of trip.'