Apprentice jockey Ernest Chan Kwok-hung bade farewell to his summer break in Australia in the best way possible yesterday - winning for a Hong Kong Jockey Club voting member in Darwin. Chan, who has been with the travelling caravan of Rodney Robb's stable during his break, won on Faltish for Hong Kong owner Paul Kan Man-lok, who races smart Noble Silence among others. Chan will return to the SAR today and resume race riding immediately. The summer break Down Under has been fruitful for Hong Kong jockeys in most cases, with Terry Wong Chi-wai landing a number of winners in Tasmania including two winning trebles, and Marco Chui Kwan-lai - as yet 'unraced' here - landing a three-timer from three mounts at the Kempsey racecourse in New South Wales last weekend. However, apprentice Franky Tsui Kwan-wai had a bad break, fracturing a leg in a trackwork accident in Australia and he is unlikely to be able to resume riding until late December.