Brian Kan Ping-chee came in from the cold to put his season back on track with a fabulous four-timer on Happy Valley's Christmas card. The champion trainer, whose stable has been in the doldrums following last season's triumphant march to the title, hit a hot streak with wins for Speedy Forward, Star Of Tai Po, Diamond And Gold and French Connection - the first three for stable jockey Gerald Mosse and the latter for Jimmy Ting. Kan's tally moved him on to the 14-winner mark and put him up six places in the trainer standings to sixth place, but the veteran was typically dismissive of his feat. 'It's nothing special,' he said. 'I did it for the fans, it's good for them to have some memories when I retire.' Mosse, who now has nine winners since linking up with Kan in early October, was delighted the stable was starting to hit top gear but said he always knew it was just a matter of time. 'That's the way it works here,' he said. 'The stable did so well last season the horses moved up the handicap and it became harder to win. But you just have to be patient and keep working hard because eventually they drop down the ratings again. I am very happy for the boss, he's a good man to ride for, and I'm sure he will be in a good mood tonight.' The Frenchman, whose narrow wins on Star Of Tai Po and Diamond And Gold showed him at his best, added: 'I went back to France last week to see my father, who is ill, and it's good to come back with three winners. Obviously, I ride well fresh. It's a nice way to start Christmas.' Mosse opened the stable four-timer aboard Speedy Forward, who swooped from the rear to land the 1,650-metre Class Five event from favourite Mega-Fighter. The six-year-old, having only his second start since joining Kan from John Moore, benefited from the pace set by stablemate Golden Bell to pick off the leaders and score by 1.75 lengths. 'This was the first time I had ridden the horse, but I know he likes to come from behind and the pace was perfect for him,' Mosse said. 'I rode him at trackwork yesterday and he felt OK, but today he gave me a very good ride.' Mosse followed up with a determined victory aboard Star Of Tai Po in the Class Four race over 1,650 metres. The five-year-old was well rated in front by Mosse before responding gamely when challenged by Indy's Gem in the straight to score by a head. 'He normally doesn't like to fight, but today he fought very well,' Mosse said. 'I was able to give him a rest coming to the Rock and he came round the bend well, which was a big help at the finish. The other one got in front, but my horse wouldn't give in.' Mosse completed the stable's memorable day with an even narrower success on Diamond And Gold in the 1,800-metre event. The seven-year-old had been well beaten on his previous two starts, but he also showed the right spirit in a rough race to prevail over Round The World by a short head. 'I thought 200 metres from home that he would be beaten, but he fought very well,' Mosse said. 'When the other horse went past, he wanted to get back in front. I didn't know whether I had won, you can never know when it's so close, and it was just on the drop of the head at the end.' The third leg of the Kan four-timer was provided by French Connection, who finally lost his maiden tag in the Class Two event over 1,650 metres. The three-year-old, who had finished second on his previous three outings, was another Kan runner to benefit from the good tempo set by a stablemate - this time Grand Fighter, whom he tracked through the race until taking over in the straight to hold on by a neck from the fast-finishing Dandy Bunny.