A treble at Sha Tin yesterday and jockey Douglas Whyte passed the minor milestone of 50 wins for the season with another century well in the Demon's sights. Whyte won on Wednesday night's flop, Wafer King, for Danny Shum Chap-shing, after earlier scoring for John Size on Fashion Jewellery and Picture Perfect to make it 51 for the term and to keep up his super strike rate with the Size stable. Since linking with the reigning champion this season for the first time on a regular basis, Whyte has won 16 of his 67 rides for the yard and yesterday Fashion Jewellery, in particular, looked a horse to follow as he strolled away with the fourth in his first attempt at 1,600 metres. 'He has loved the step up in distance and I do think the edge off the ground was a positive today, too,' Whyte said. 'When he ran last time at the 1,400m, I jumped off and told John I thought he was ready now for the mile. 'His manners have improved that much with racing - he isn't fighting you, he isn't running around at all - and that's what he has always needed if he was going to improve and progress, but with John's horses, that's what they do.' Bred to run a middle distance, Fashion Jewellery has done most of his racing at short sprints as he was learning about the game, but Whyte believes he is blossoming now and no one would argue after the romp yesterday to win by almost five lengths. 'He is a different horse. That was probably deceptive today, the way he won, because it was not a very strong race, but he is enjoying himself out there now,' he said. Picture Perfect was one of the hot favourites for the afternoon in the following race and managed to scrape home but Whyte warned that he had something to find now as he rose into Class Three. 'I've seen too much of John's training to start knocking Picture Perfect and saying he won't improve, but he'll need to,' Whyte said. 'He had the run of the race, but looked in trouble when the second horse came at him. What I will say for him is that his attitude was good - he dug deep when he had to but he'll need to go ahead again with the class rise.' And when Whyte made it three with Wafer King for Danny Shum, punters who backed him last Wednesday were left scratching their heads. 'He actually gave me a good feel in the run Wednesday, but in the final 300m there was nothing there,' Whyte agreed. 'But having that run did take the fizz off him today, because he is a horse who can get himself a bit excited. 'Danny wanted him a bit closer on Wednesday so we went forward and seemed to lose interest. Today I put him back in midfield, gave him one with the whip to wake him up on the home turn, then parked him behind another horse again. 'That way he was ready to let go when I wanted, but when I wanted was as late as possible so he'd stay focused.'