STAR South African jockey Jeff Lloyd was seen at his consummate best on his way to a 200-1 double at Sha Tin yesterday. Lloyd scored with Gary Ng Ting-keung's King Spot in the third and then helped Bruce Hutchison to a welcome winner on Cash Bonus in the fourth. But there is an old maxim in this game, which states that any jockey is only as good as his last ride. Lloyd found that out when lucky to escape injury in the last race. His mount, the Ivan Allan-trained So Easy, fly-jumped as his saddle began to slip and fired the visiting rider into the ground before himself cart-wheeling spectacularly to the ground. Lloyd was extremely lucky to escape injury. He was fortunate to be thrown free of So Easy, picking himself up immediately and making for the safety of the inside of the track. A panic-stricken So Easy continued to buck and threw off most of his tack before completing the track riderless. Lloyd, surrounded by well-wishers from home, was able to beam through his last-race adversity: ''I'm perfectly okay. There's not a scratch on me. The saddle slipped and I was off before I knew what had happened.'' Earlier, Lloyd had shown considerable quality with his superbly judged victories on King Spot and Cash Bonus. There are few better riders through a race than Lloyd, a champion in South Africa, who was also so impressive during a 30-day stint in England that the local riders did their level best to get rid of him! In the third event yesterday, he held King Spot up just beyond the mid-division as Excel Star, blinkered for the first time, and Captive Trick cut out a strong pace. When Allan's not-to-be underestimated 10-pound claimer Peter Y. S. Wong kicked Captive Trick to the front at the top of the straight it looked as if they were going to hold on. Captive Trick was still a good couple of lengths clear coming inside the 200-metre marker. But Lloyd was now making ominous progress on King Spot, weaving his way through tiring horses without having to check his horse's momentum. They grabbed Captive Trick with 50 metres to run and went on to score by a length and a quarter with Source Of Life coming home in the most eye-catching style for third. He should definitely be followed and shapes as if he will get further than yesterday's mile. Lloyd said: ''He [King Spot] picked up very well in the straight and went on to win in good style for me.'' There was a very dangerous incident down the back in the third event with the Jackie C. K. Tse-ridden Happy Birthday veering off a straight course to smack second-favourite Gladstonian into the rails. This caused Gladstonian to pitch on to his nose, all but fall and lose any chance of winning. Tse was quite rightly banned for four meetings. Earlier, Gladstonian's rider, Basil Marcus, seemed to look across to let Tse know he was getting too close for comfort let alone safety. The Tony Cruz-ridden favourite, Family Of Wah Yuen, looked as if he was going to hold off Make My Day's challenge in the fourth event. But along came Cash Bonus to spoil the party. Again Lloyd was seen to great effect, threading his way to the front in silky-smooth fashion. Lloyd said: ''He wasn't drawn well and it wasn't that easy to get across. But when I got him into the race he responded. ''He then finished very strongly and full marks to Bruce [Hutchison] for preparing him to win over 1,400 metres at the first time of asking.'' The final event saw a decisive victory from Peter Ng Bik-kuen's Lucky Clover, who had no trouble holding at bay Face The Odds and Unmasked, unlucky not to run the quinella. Cruz, on Unmasked, objected to second-placed Face The Odds and, while Unmasked would have run second without having to be switched, that did not look to be Face The Odds fault. From a close scrutiny of the video footage, Face The Odds appeared to keep a straight line and full marks to the Stipendiary Stewards for confirming the original placings.