David Oughton, David Hayes and Douglas Whyte join trainer Peter Chapple-Hyam in celebrating Latin Dancer's victory in the opening race last night. Sensing a piece of history had been made, Hayes and Oughton, whom Chapple-Hyam describes as his most loyal friends in racing, came down to the winner's circle and embraced their mate after Whyte brought the four-year-old home. It was the likeable Brit's first winner this year and came only five days after he advised the Jockey Club of his intention to withdraw his application for a licence to train next season. 'I thought this might be Peter's last winner in Hong Kong and, when I realised his owners weren't there, I thought David [Oughton] and I could join him for an historic photo,' Hayes said. Little did Hayes imagine that two hours later, Chapple-Hyam would be leading in a second winner, By Instinct (Robbie Fradd) in the Class Two race over 1,650 metres on the all-weather track, beating the Hayes-trained favourite Celestial Magic in the process. 'That wasn't the idea at all,' said Hayes, who wanted the winner to bring him level with Tony Cruz for second placing on the trainers' table. Chapple-Hyam's double took him to eight winners, but he returns to England at the end of next month.