FRENCH star Gerald Mosse said goodbye to Hongkong on a winning note last night, but in highly dramatic circumstances. Following an objection and inquiry into the outcome of the seventh race, Crown Commander (3-1), trained by title hopeful Lawrie Fownes, was promoted to first place with Icy Bet (10-1), first past the post, placed last. Icy Bet, ridden by local jockey Danny Lee, had grossly interfered with the Declan Murphy-ridden Fortune Ride (5-2 favourite) who was making what looked like a winning run on the inside of Icy bet and with Crown Commander against the rails. Icy Bet turned Fortune Ride sideways and Murphy was fortunate to stay in the saddle. As a result of that, Crown Commander copped the backlash and Icy Bet went on to be first past the post. The stewards immediately semaphored an inquiry with an objection then following from Mosse. The luckless Fortune Ride, meanwhile, pulled up distressed and in last postion. The win kept Fownes in the title hunt and Mosse leaves with a winner but undoubtedly Murphy was the unlucky rider. Bottomweight King Star (9-1), who looked like making a fight of it for a few strides, faded for fourth but in the revised placings was promoted to third with In The Picture (60-1) fourth.