South African jockey Glyn Schofield took advantage of Wednesday night's International Jockeys Championship to effectively reduce yesterday's careless riding suspension to two meetings after signing off with a double yesterday. Schofield wrapped up the card winning the last two on Well Best for Danny Shum Chap-shing in race nine then the last on Derek Cruz-trained Bobo Win. But the other end of the meeting was somewhat more troublesome, Schofield copping three days for interference to Jade Ruyi in the first when he rode Fortune Lad, who didn't even give him the consolation of a winner. 'He was there to win, actually he had the race won and then couldn't get to the line,' Schofield said of the short-head runner-up to Sean Woods-trained Lucky Friends (Wendyll Woods). Like most of the regular riding roster, Schofield was left without rides on Wednesday when the bevy of visiting riders snapped up many of the mounts even in the four races outside the competition. So he took the chance to commence his ban immediately and include the IJC meeting. Schofield's win on Shum's Well Best was a notable one for the trainer, as the gelding was the only horse he took over from Ivan Allan's team after being the maestro's right-hand man for eight seasons. 'I know the owner very well and he decided to support me with this horse from the boss, and I'm very grateful,' Shum said, but getting Well Best home first has not been without its minor problems after he tried to bite another runner last start. 'I put a crossed nose band on him today just in case but I don't think it's really the horse's nature. The race the other day was very tight at the time it happened.' Bobo Win and Tony Cruz's Flying Machine have enjoyed a good rivalry in three recent meetings, with Bobo Win relegating Flying Machine to a minor placing twice and Flying Machine winning on the other occasion. 'The draw was a worry and he raced a bit wide but with plenty of cover and he managed to get the first run on them which won him the race,' said Derek.