'Well that caps a great week' was the summary from disconsolate jockey Dwayne Dunn as he left Happy Valley last night with a win, a suspension and the news that he has been replaced on Helene Vitality in the Melbourne Cup. French rider, Gerald Mosse will now be aboard the David Hayes-trained stayer on Tuesday week when he lines up for Australia's greatest race. 'Look, Dwayne has done absolutely nothing wrong on the horse. What happened early in the Caulfield Cup was not his fault and in the circumstances he probably had only poor options available and was in a no-win situation whatever he did after the early trouble,' Hayes said last night. 'It didn't work out, and other things told us that Helene Vitality does not like Caulfield. But we're looking to change the luck on the horse. He hasn't won for a long time even though he has raced well in the best company. 'When you look at what he has done lately, the best run was the Dubai race with Gerald Mosse, so we're trying to reignite that flame.' Dunn copped a three-day ban from his win on Sean Woods-trained Fortune Dancer in the third event, after the gelding darted inwards 150 metres out as he strode to the lead, tightening up runners on his inside. Ironically, the ban, commencing after Saturday's meeting at Happy Valley, will now keep Dunn out until after Melbourne Cup day. 'If I was riding in the Cup, I could have started immediately and been back for it but it wasn't an issue now anyway,' Dunn said. Woods got a great kick out of the win by Fortune Dancer - the horse's first in two years - as his owner Peter Chu Ka-lok was a strong supporter of Woods in England. 'He had some very good horses there with me for 10 years and I'm thrilled to win here for him,' Woods said. 'It's been a while for this horse but he is racing very well. I realised early on that we would have to drop him in behind, which unfortunately puts us in the hands of the pace in his races, but it worked out well tonight.' Mosse's booking for the Melbourne Cup was the bright point in his night, as he missed the win of Native Language, which instead gave Douglas Whyte the first leg of a winning double that he completed with Elephant Dance in the last. Mosse had done all the work with the Manfred Man Ka-leung-trained gelding Native Language, who had been only first reserve for last night's race, but the French rider elected to take the mount on Geoff Lane's Pot Black. 'Gerald would have been on the horse for sure,' said Man. 'But it wasn't in the field so you can't blame him. Douglas knocked back other rides hoping that Native Language would get in.' Whyte said he felt Native Language was the horse to beat if he got a start and it was a calculated gamble to wait on him. 'The other rides were not leading chances in the race, so I thought I could take one and hope to finish sixth or seventh or I could wait and be on the winner if he got a start,' he said. 'If he didn't I was no worse off because the offers I had probably weren't going to win.' Connections of Whyte's second winner, the Gary Ng Ting-keung-trained Elephant Dance, are still awaiting results of a sample test in France after the horse came up with a positive test to an anti-inflammatory drug after his last start at Sha Tin. But last night's win will give them something really positive as the useful young galloper made it two from two at Happy Valley this season. 'We probably won the race by crossing over early, where we were able to get a lovely trail behind the leader without a lot of speed on,' Whyte said. 'He might have just found the 2,000 metres tough at Sha Tin last start when there was a solid tempo in front. 'I think at the moment probably 1,800 metres is his ideal trip but he came back well to the 1,650 metres tonight. And he will run 2,000 metres out when he gets a bit stronger.' Jockey Weiching Marwing had a double, commencing with Classic Rizzi for Ivan Allan, and he combined with Lawrie Fownes to win with Bold Vision in the sixth to give the trainer a pair as well. 'We've probably been a bit unlucky not to have seven or eight wins already this season,' Fownes said after Winwin Combination (Anton Marcus) and Bold Vision saluted. 'Bold Vision was just touched off here the other week and then we protested and missed out. He's a very genuine horse and deserved that win tonight.' The Olivier Doleuze-Derek Cruz combination brought up a dashing win with On The Tee in the fourth race, while champion trainer John Size was not being left out, taking the Wayfoong Centenary Bowl with Lucky Trio (Shane Dye).