John Moore says he may have to toss a coin to decide the jockey for Amazing Victory's next start after the three-year-old impressively made it two wins from four starts yesterday. With Gerald Mosse aboard, Amazing Victory justified strong betting support as he unseated Jolly Gains from the favourite position then turned him over in no uncertain terms in the race. 'He has just gone ahead every time he has run,' Moore said. 'I think there is still another gear we haven't had to use yet. He is still green and pricks his ears in the run as you see there. But when he gets over his greenness, he's going to be pretty handy and I think he'll get a mile on pedigree.' Jockey Christophe Soumillon, who had done so much work with Amazing Victory as well as another impressive recent Moore winner, Able Choice, was at Sha Tin to see the gelding add to the list of victories he has missed due to suspension. Soumillon has been released early from his Club jockey contract and returns to France at the end of this month, but he hopes to be on Amazing Victory one more time before he goes. 'There is a cup race for the horse at the end of February - I suppose we'll have to toss a coin to see who rides him,' Moore said. Meanwhile, trainer Geoff Lane was more relieved than anxious when Bear Supremo drew wide for the final event yesterday. Gate 11 allowed the lightly raced gelding plenty of room and Bear Supremo (Eric Saint-Martin) made it two straight over the Sha Tin 1,600 metres. 'With the rail out on the C course, sometimes they can get a bit cluttered inside and I know Eric was happier to be out there,' Lane said. Saint-Martin had the gelding handier than he has been accustomed to racing, and it was probably just as well. 'Last time he showed a brilliant sprint over the final 50 metres, but today he dashed briefly and then ground away a bit,' Lane said. 'There isn't a lot of him but he has a lot of heart. He also has a nice turn of foot and that's going to stand him in good stead later, because I do think he's going to get further than the mile. Certainly the way he is racing at this early stage, you'd have to think so.' It was Saint-Martin's first win on Bear Supremo, but he has been a regular and successful partner with Lane and owner Peter Fan. 'Eric has won four races on Bruin Supreme for me, too,' said Fan, who adorns all his racehorses in Hong Kong and also Macau with a bear reference in the name. The race was also a victory for the Jockey Club, with Bear Supremo and the minor place-getters, Palette Natural and Successful Spirit, all international sale products. Other winners on the card were Applied Supreme for Peter Ng Bik-kuen and Howard Cheng in the opener and The Rich Man (Eddie Lai) in race three. Out of a Lear Fan mare, like Bear Supremo, The Rich Man scored his third win from 85 starts and his first since April 2000 when he lifted the Class Five over 1,600 metres.