Top jockey Gerald Mosse has left his retainer with the Sean Woods yard, but will not be lost to Hong Kong as he will join Almond Lee Yee-tat immediately. Mosse was aboard on Wednesday night at Happy Valley when Adaikali's course record-equalling win broke an exasperating 181-runner losing run for Woods, but the French rider said yesterday that the bad run had not forced his move. 'These things can happen in racing, it is nobody's fault. I have formed a good relationship with Sean and I would expect to still ride for him from time to time,' he said. 'In fact, the happy relationship with Sean is why I have been able to make the move to another yard. I also had a good relationship with Almond in the past when he was assistant to David Hayes and I was retained by that stable. We worked well together and I look forward to us working well together again.' Mosse has won most of Hong Kong's big events but has struggled to gain momentum this season with his retaining stable enduring the frustrating run of outs. He sits on 14 wins for the term, including the five wins posted by Woods. He has ridden 23 times for Lee for two wins and has a three-month retainer with that yard from January 16 to April 16. Meanwhile, Causeway Bay bloodstock agent Willie Leung Yiu-chung splashed out for another son of Kentucky Derby winner Fusaichi Pegasus at the Magic Millions yearling sale on the Gold Coast in Australia yesterday, writes Murray Bell. The success of brilliant young sprinter Floral Pegasus was all the incentive that Leung required. Floral Pegasus, who will race again tomorrow at Sha Tin, cost A$500,000 at the William Inglis Australian Easter Sale two years ago, but on this occasion the Fusaichi Pegasus colt of Leung's liking cost just half as much. 'I liked this colt very much,' Leung said after signing the chit for A$250,000 ($1.46 million). 'He has a good pedigree, and he looks possibly a bit more precocious than his breeding suggests.' The Hong Kong Jockey Club signed for four lots while race broadcaster and television personality Apollo Ng Shung paid A$250,000 for a colt by Danehill's former champion racehorse turned first-crop sire Rock of Gibraltar from the crack West Australian staying filly Palatious, the granddam of Hong Kong world racing champion Vengeance Of Rain.