Douglas Whyte says a first Hong Kong jockeys' title 'would mean everything to me' and the South African took another giant step closer to his dream at Happy Valley last night with another fabulous four-timer. 'I want the title badly and I've put a lot of work into it this season. Hong Kong is my second home and it would be fantastic to win the championship here. Things have fallen into place so far and I just hope I can keep it up until the end of the season.' Whyte dominated the Martell-sponsored card with victory in half of the eight races on Pot Black, Dancing Sound, Bravissimo and Jimmy The Greek. The four-timer moved him on to the 64-winner mark for the season - 20 clear of reigning champion Robbie Fradd - after racking up a remarkable 11-winner haul at the last three race meetings. On the reasons behind his success, Whyte said: 'I am fortunate to have the pick of a lot of horses, and a lot of it is down to judgment and choosing the right horses at the right time. I do a lot of behind-the-scenes work and planning with the trainers and with the horses, but when it comes to the crunch I have to pick the horse I think is going best at the time. That means I have got off some horses and upset their owners and trainers, and I'm very grateful that many of them have stuck with me and understood my reasons for picking another horse. I couldn't have got into this position without their support.' Whyte's latest four-timer all but wrapped up the title with more than two months of the season remaining, but he was still refusing to accept the victory plaudits. 'There is still a lot of work to be done, and anything can happen in Hong Kong. I've been 20 ahead before in South Africa and been caught, and I've been 20 behind and won, so I'm not going to get carried away. I'll only know I've won the title on the last day of the season.' Whyte's ability to spot a winning opportunity was evident in his takeover from Mick Kinane for two of last night's winners - Bravissimo and Jimmy The Greek - and he drew warm praise after his victories. Bruce Hutchison, trainer of Jimmy The Greek, said: 'He makes it look easy. That horse had a good chance but he did everything just right.' Bravissimo's trainer David Oughton said: 'He's the man to have at the moment.'