Super Australian sprinter Exceed And Excel not only whet the appetites of Dubai officials with his all-the-way win in the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington last Saturday - the Royal Ascot trumps also want to see the colt at their carnival in June. The Danehill colt earned rave reviews from Nick Cheyne, racing director of Royal Ascot, who said Exceed And Excel was in the mould of Choisir, winner of the Group One Golden Jubilee Stakes and the Kings Stand Stakes (Gr 2) at last year's meeting. Firstly, however, Exceed And Excel will tackle the US$2 million Golden Shaheen on dirt in Dubai on March 27, in which he may clash with Hong Kong's Multidandy. Jockey Corey Brown, well known to punters here for his successful stints as a club jockey, echoed the confidence of the trainer. 'Exceed And Excel could be anything, and I can't wait to prove it in Dubai,' he said. Owner Nick Moraitis is already fielding some big offers for the colt from international stud farms. Tony McEvoy, the retained trainer of David Hayes' Lindsay Park operation, landed his second Group One winner on the Australian Cup undercard when juvenile Barely A Moment claimed the VRC Sires' Produce Stakes (1,400 metres). McEvoy's first Group One came in the spring when Fields of Omagh landed the A$3 million Cox Plate at the expense of Defier and Lonhro. McEvoy took over the heavy burden of the Hayes operation after the tragic death of Peter Hayes in an aircraft accident in 2001, and is now establishing a fine reputation of his own. English racing identity John McCririck, has called on the (UK) Jockey Club to suspend Kieren Fallon's riding licence in the wake of a spectacular expose published over the weekend by the News of the World. The TV betting guru made the same request for John Egan, still in breach of bail in Hong Kong for failing to return when required back in 2002. Egan has also been mentioned in the tabloid paper's expose of British horse racing. McCririck, an experienced hand in the worlds of racing, wagering and journalism, said: 'While official investigations are under way, the Jockey Club must immediately suspend the riding licences of Kieren Fallon and John Egan. 'As I made clear at the time, (on television) from Lingfield, Ballinger Ridge had been given the most spectacularly inept ride imaginable. I called for Fallon to be banned for six months for deliberately easing down a horse and losing a race that he should have been won. Because of the severity of that penalty, jockeys in future simply wouldn't dare do it, whatever the motive.' McCririck added: 'If ever widespread corruption in racing is proved, whoever is involved, lifetime bans are the only effective deterrent to reassure the public, whose belief in the integrity of racing can never have been lower.' South African galloper Victory Moon, winner of last year's UAE Derby under the guidance of Hong Kong club jockey Wayne Smith, is a front-runner for the US$6 million Dubai World Cup on March 27. Victory Moon, prepared by Mike de Kock, won the third round of Sheikh Maktoum Bin Rashid Al Maktoum Challenge (Gr 2) on Saturday to follow up his Round Two victory. De Kock had a double on the so-called Super Saturday programme, also winning with the crack South African miler Surveyor, who was a member of the David Ferraris string before the trainer was lured to Hong Kong in May last year. Another Dubai result with a Hong Kong connection was the win of French galloper Fair Mix, an invitee for last December's Hong Kong Vase, who won the Dubai City of Gold (Gr 3) by two lengths. The big grey will now go for the Dubai Sheema Classic at the same meeting.