Popular British horseman Sean Woods landed an overdue double yesterday at Sha Tin but that didn't help stable followers, who lucked out on the yard's plunge horse, Pocket Money. Pocket Money rarely starts without significant backing and that was the case again yesterday with the four-year-old tumbling in to challenge for favouritism in the 10th event after being double-figure odds earlier in the day. Alas, it was not to be and Pocket Money could finish only fourth, but followers who stuck closest to the stable runners reaped huge rewards with Pacific Alliance [Shane Dye] landing at 15-1 in the Class Four fifth race and Agility [Felix Coetzee] arriving in time to snatch the Class One ninth and take his stake money earnings past the HK$6 million mark. Dropping in grade from the Group Two Cathay Pacific International Cup Trial at his previous run, Agility returned to his preferred 1,800m course at odds of almost 37-1 and was able to swoop home out near the outside fence in a classic piece of C+3 racing. The double gave Woods four victories for the season in a welcome return to form after Helene Elegance was his most recent victor on the dirt just over five weeks ago. Dye said he had not been surprised by the improvement of Pacific Alliance, a horse he has been riding regularly of late in similar races with little success. 'But he's been drawing wide barriers and getting back to last in slowly run races, so he didn't really have a chance,' Dye said. 'Today he drew better and was in a race with more speed and that was all the difference. That's how it is with these lower-class middle-distance horses - there is not much between any of them. The winner is the well-handicapped horse with the luck on the day.'