The last thing on Douglas Whyte's mind is riding a century of winners this season, but he took one more small step towards it yesterday. Whyte scored for Alex Wong Yu-on in the second race with Super Wongchoy after narrowly missing out with Tori Top for the same trainer in the first, and that win took him to 29 victories after 15 meetings. No jockey has ridden 100 winners in a Hong Kong season - Basil Marcus went closest with 98 winners in 1997-98 - but Whyte's season is shaping to give him a chance. 'The end of the season is a long way away, 100 winners is a long way away and not something I'm worrying about,' Whyte said. 'It may be in the back of my mind because it is one thing I would love to have achieved here when I do leave Hong Kong, but it's right at the back of my mind. I found early in my riding career that if you start putting pressure on yourself with long-term goals like riding a hundred winners for the season, you start to do things you wouldn't do and it is counterproductive. 'I'm really enjoying how things are going at the moment, I'm enjoying my riding and so that's what I'm focusing on. But if we get to the last two months of the season and the hundred is a realistic chance, then I will be giving it my all.' Tori Top missed out by a bob of the head in a tight struggle with Universal Glory, but Whyte turned it around when Super Wongchoy rewarded favourite players in the second race with his fourth Happy Valley win. 'Super Wongchoy has been a lovely bread and butter horse around here,' the rider said. 'Now he'll be in Class Three, I suppose, and it will be harder, but he is such an ideal horse for Happy Valley and such a trier that he might sneak one.' Francis Lui Kin-wai's Acrobatic maintained his unbeaten record for the season in winning yesterday's feature race, the Po Leung Kuk Centenary Cup over 1,650 metres, and jockey Craig Williams complimented the horse as 'a real gentleman'. 'He is a lovely horse, just a pleasure to ride,' Williams said. 'He'd won well first-up and Blue Stitch and Liberal's Choice, who finished behind him, had won since and I felt that he'd improved in his work and improved perhaps mentally since then. 'I was quite confident early in the week, but when he drew gate nine he was going to need a bit of luck.' Having blinkers applied at his 42nd race start was obviously an indignity that My Chief didn't appreciate last time out, so they came off again yesterday and the Casper Fownes-trained gelding went from last to first to win in the hands of Dwayne Dunn. 'He had trialed with blinkers and no problems, but there wasn't much pace on in his race last time and suddenly he over-raced badly in them,' said Fownes, who didn't need any further convincing and removed them immediately. 'Today, no blinkers, pace on, and he was right back to what we hoped for last time. My Chief's been a very genuine horse and it's always very satisfying to win with a seven-year-old.' Gerald Mosse became the latest name to join the burgeoning ranks of sidelined jockeys when he was suspended for three meetings at the conclusion of an inquiry yesterday. Mosse pleaded guilty to charge of careless riding in the fourth event, in which he rode runner-up Chinook for Dennis Yip Hor-chong. The stewards said that Mosse had allowed Chinook to shift in on the first turn when insufficiently clear of Able Eagle, causing a chain reaction that adversely affected Super And Spice (apprentice Paul Lo Pak-hin) and Fortune Master (Wendyll Woods). Mosse will ride on Wednesday at Happy Valley before beginning his stretch on the bench, joining Wendyll Woods, Eddie Lai, Vincent Sit and Robbie Fradd. Gun apprentice Thomas Yeung Kai-tong returned to race riding yesterday, after a suspension and time off for injury, but it was not the happy return he had undoubtedly been hoping for. Yeung, who is attached to trainer David Hayes, was found guilty of failing to ride his mount Magical Lot all the way to the finish in the fourth race. He was charged in the presence of Hayes and pleaded guilty, but was lucky to avoid a suspension, with stewards instead levying a $20,000 fine against him.