Man-in-form John Egan moved into second place in the jockeys' standings with a double at Sha Tin last night, capped by a scintillating victory on exciting prospect Jeune King Prawn in the last race. Fresh from his treble on Sunday, Egan also scored on John Moore's Chief Ivor, another promising three-year-old, to move on to the 30-winner mark, six behind leader Douglas Whyte. Egan's double was matched by Gerald Mosse, who cemented his place in the affections of Hong Kong punters with a short-priced double headed by Brian Kan Ping-chee's promising young stayer Danefactor in the featured Lok Sin Tong Cup. But the outstanding performance of the night came from Jeune King Prawn, who overcame barrier 14 to take the Class Two 1,400-metre event. From the outside gate, Egan had little choice but to race wide, but the Ricky Yiu Poon-fie-trained Jeune King Prawn had too much class for his rivals and he cut down the game frontrunner Splendid Patrol to score in impressive style. The 1.25-length victory, Jeune King Prawn's fourth in as many starts, confirmed that owner Lau Sak-hong now has another top performer to race in his famous pink colours - as if owning Fairy King Prawn isn't enough. Egan's victory on Chief Ivor in the fifth race was closer, but the winner also has a bright future. Having got a good position behind the leaders, Egan brought the Chief's Crown gelding home by a neck and a head from Buck's Fizz and Always On. Chief Ivor reversed debut form with disappointing favourite Don't Make A Scene, from the David Hayes stable, as the pair had finished second and third behind David Hill's impressive First A Count first time out. Moore said: 'My horse has improved a lot since, and I was hopeful that with our good gate we would get the run of the race. But he needs more ground. He'll go up to a mile next and keep going from there because he should get 1,800 metres. He's a very promising horse. He's honest and genuine, and he has a very nice disposition. Nothing bothers him.' Mosse's double also came in contrasting style as the Frenchman demonstrated once again why his services are so sought after wherever he rides. First he urged Geoff Lane's promising youngster Hokkien All to a hard-fought victory on the dirt and then was coolness personified as he brought Danefactor with a devastating late run in the 1,800-metre feature. The double took Mosse's score to 12 winners since he arrived in December. Hokkien All followed up his debut victory over course and distance with a battling victory. The youngster had led throughout on his first outing, but he had it tougher here from gate 10. He had to race wide for a long way but responded willingly to Mosse's driving to score a hard-fought win by a head and the same from Top Quality and Hero's Way. Lane said: 'That was a very good performance. He missed the jump slightly and had to go forward, and he was under pressure for a long way. But he fought very well.' Andrasch Starke had a dream comeback from his seven-meeting suspension when he landed the opener in style with Starlight Supreme. It was a chance ride for Starke, who was called up by trainer Andy Leung Ting-wah after Robbie Fradd was ruled out following his fall on Sunday. But the German champion, riding at his first meeting in a month following his ban for a positive breath test, made the most of the opportunity with a confident display on the short-priced favourite in the 1,150-metre dirt contest. Starlight Supreme had run an impressive barrier trial last week, with Fradd aboard, and he lived up to expectations with a 2.5-length victory in a Class Five record time of one minute 7.5 seconds. The merit of the display was clear from the fact that he bettered Hokkien All's Class Three time by 0.1 seconds. Starke looked set to complete a quick double for Leung when he led for a long way on Just Win in the second race, but he was just caught on the line by Henry Tsang's mount Perfect Sport. Starke made the most of his draw in barrier 14 to grab the rail early and stretch the field, which included five newcomers. Two of those debutants, Victory Master and Bumper Supreme, dominated the betting, but experience held sway as Perfect Sport came through late to snatch the spoils by a head from Just Win. Michael Kinane was another jockey happy to get back in the winner's circle after scoring the first win of his latest stint on King Cobra in the third race. The Irishman, riding at his fourth meeting in a two-month stay, scored an ultimately comfortable win on Alex Wong Yu-on's gelding. King Cobra, consistent without getting his head in 19 previous starts, had developed a frustrating habit of planting himself on the stable bend on the way to the start on his recent starts, and so Wong requested permission to send him to the gates the wrong way round the course. Accompanied by an outrider, Kinane took the four-year-old down steadily and the kid-gloves approach paid off as King Cobra scored a comfortable victory.