An angry Eric Saint-Martin exploded at Sha Tin last night and was fined $20,000 for his outburst as fellow jockey Simon Yim Hin-keung narrowly missed yet another careless riding ban. 'I don't believe what is happening,' cried out Saint-Martin after Mendoza was involved in an incident at the 200 metres from which Yim, who rode Celebration, escaped with a warning from the stewards. 'I nearly get myself killed out there and they pat him on the shoulder and say don't do it again.' Saint-Martin said the interference to Mendoza cost his mount the sixth race in which he finished eighth. 'They ask me if maybe I didn't have room to go where I went - I had plenty of room when I got there,' he said. 'I am not stupid. If there is no room, I don't go there. He has no feeling for the horse, for the race, for the whole thing. My horse has been very badly checked and then still came back to run home at the finish. I risked my life and then they want to fine me $20,000 because I am not happy with the decision. I get seven days when I do this.' Last night, Yim was returning from his third five-day careless riding ban this season and must have gone perilously close to adding another penalty to his record before the warning. Yim and Saint-Martin were not the only riders in the spotlight, though as Shane Dye endured an eventful night to emerge with two wins from his five rides, while two of the others, the John Size-trained Cogito and My Favourite, started favourite but suffered bleeding attacks. 'I had five rides, you can take those two out and I had two wins from three, so that was not too bad, but it was unfortunate to see those horses bleed and now they are out for the season,' Dye said. 'To have two more winners was important tonight because now I'm just two behind Douglas Whyte and he is back from suspension next week. I've been able to make plenty of ground on him while he has been out.' Dye won on the David Hayes-trained Songs Of Praise in the fourth and wrapped up his double in the seventh with rising young galloper Lucky Combination for John Size. The pair were different styles of win, with Songs Of Praise leading throughout for a tough win on the all-weather and Lucky Combination again producing his trademark finish to swamp his rivals in the sixth event. 'Songs Of Praise kicked on strongly the other day in the first real bit of form he has shown, so I wanted to make use of him tonight and make it a staying test. He did a good job again,' Dye said. 'The other horse, Lucky Combination, has now won four from eight so that's a pretty good job he's done already. He keeps on improving every time he steps out but it gets hard from now on. 'He's getting up in grade and has to take the next step if he is going to win another one. But he is very happy racing here at Sha Tin where he can get plenty of room. It was a tougher win tonight as he had to be more physical and it was good to see he can do that and still win.' With that win Size moved two clear of Tony Cruz and Ivan Allan in the trainer's championship race as his main rivals went winless. Allan's promising young galloper Halo King Prawn started a hot favourite to beat Lucky Combination but was never happy in the slow tempo and then wanted to hang in the straight. He finished 10th in the worst effort of his short career and jockey Weichong Marwing was at a loss to explain the run. 'I don't know what happened to make him go so badly,' he said. 'Perhaps when he cools down tomorrow we will find something, I don't know.' Dye has been the centre of plenty of public attention lately, even aside from his frequent winners, and received the rounds of the kitchen from racegoers on his other mount, Dr More, who firmed into odds-on favourite before being pocketed in the straight and unable to get out in time to gather up perennial maiden Master Fay (Gerald Mosse). The Brian Kan Ping-chee-trained Master Fay scored his first Hong Kong win in 30 starts, although he had already earned almost $3 million in stake money even before last night. Mosse cleverly controlled the pace in the lead and Master Fay was finally able to put the score on the board in the winner's circle. 'Brian Kan is a magician,' said Mosse. 'But this horse has been a very consistent, brave horse in the higher grades and he really deserved to win one.'