Trainer David Hayes yesterday followed up on his warning last week that the stable was about to emerge from hibernation, combining for a double at Happy Valley with apprentice Way Leung Ming-wai. The double with Ever Glory and Wyndam Easy sent Hayes zooming up the trainers' table but the second victory put an extra smile on his face. 'With that win, Wyndam Easy is now the top prizemoney earner from the last international sale and the million dollar bonus that goes with that,' Hayes said. 'Not bad for the cheapest horse at the sale. He cost $500,000 and now he has earned nearly $1.8 million. He's in front of The Duke and the way he won there today, I think there's another win in him yet before the winning post for the bonus, which is the 2002 sale. I don't have any firm plan when we'll run again - I'll play that by ear and see how the opposition is going.' Leung showed good race sense on both his victors yesterday as he moved to 29 career wins and just one short of losing his seven-pound claim. 'He rode a smart race on Wyndam Easy - let the speedsters go and just sit behind them,' Hayes said. 'Actually, I would have been a bit disappointed if Wyndam Easy had not won after the run he had and the with the weight allowance off for Way.' But Wyndam Easy was never going to lose and strode clear in the final stages. 'Actually, I had a lot of success with Howard Cheng when he was my apprentice,' Hayes said. 'Unfortunately, there is only one claiming boy in Hong Kong now or I might use the claims more often,' Hayes said. 'You take this horse - he's typical of the Rory's Jester breed in that he just gets out and runs. No tricks to him, very fast and genuine. On those sorts of horses, a claiming apprentice is real plus.' Hayes' earlier winner, Ever Glory, was somewhat less impressive - scrambling home in the sixth - but Hayes was happy to take the win with the gelding who moved to his yard towards the end of last season. 'He's really been struggling to find his form and today was his birthday really,' Hayes admitted. 'Young Way gave him a great ride. Used the inside draw and kicked him away to a break at the top of the straight. That probably was a big help because Ever Glory hasn't looked very convincing at the finish of his races lately.' Ever Glory's win was notable for one reason - early favourite Fast Track became the first victim of the raceday weighing of the horses. According to trainer Lawrie Fownes, Fast Track was slightly injured while being placed on the scales to be weighed.