New Zealand jockey Leith Innes has hardly enjoyed the best of opportunities during his three-month stint in Hong Kong but managed a second victory on Made In Hongkong yesterday which gave him special pleasure. Innes broke the ice on Har Har Charms at Happy Valley for John Size but has struggled to have worthwhile cattle for much of his time here. 'It was nice to win another one of course but it was especially nice to win for Paul O'Sullivan,' he said. 'We had a lot of success in New Zealand and I'm sure that the good wins we had there and the connection with Paul were things which helped me get a licence here. 'It's been a lean time but a good experience. There are still a few meetings left so hopefully there'll be time for another winner yet,' said Innes. O'Sullivan was queried by the stewards about the improved effort from Made In Hongkong, who had been beaten 141/2 lengths in a Class Five contest on Wednesday night but said the quick back-up run and the return to the dirt surface had both played a part. 'He had a hard run in the race on Wednesday with a big weight and that seems to have taken that keen edge off him today,' the trainer said. 'This is the first time all season that he has jumped out of the gates and not wanted to over-race. He relaxed today and that made a big difference, plus his only two wins now have been on this 1,800-metre dirt course.'