Someone once said it's better to be lucky than smart, and trainer Almond Lee Yee-tat was singing that very song after yesterday's Happy Valley meeting delivered an unexpected double. 'Actually I thought Super Charge would run the best of my horses and he ran fourth,' said Lee, who was philosophical about his pair, Happy Sunday and Wine Win scoring in races two and three for Gerald Mosse. 'I wasn't so confident, but they had luck and I am always happy to have a little bit of luck.' Lee said that he expected Happy Sunday might have a harder run than he did from gate six in the second, with Mosse getting the speedy four-year-old over very early to the outside of the cheap speed in the race, Top Stitch, when warm favourite Perfect Treasure didn't attempt to contest the front and took a sit. 'With some speed inside him, I thought Happy Sunday would be wide but he came out quickly and perhaps the visor helped him to focus. Then he was quite lucky in the straight because the favourite, Perfect Treasure, didn't get a run on his inside and had to come back and around my horse,' Lee said. 'The favourite probably should have beaten me if he got the clear run through, but that's racing.' As for Wine Win's victory from the outside of the draw, once again Lee had not expected Mosse to get such a handy lead and that is the key to the gelding. 'His only other win was when he got away in front at Sha Tin and that's what he needs,' the trainer explained. 'If he has horses next to him, he doesn't want to race and won't fight, but if there is nothing around then he will keep trying. 'Today the first 400 metres was very slow and Gerald was able to get him clear of the field without doing too much even from the outside draw.' The wins took Lee to 31 victories for the season and joint-sixth place on the table, his best season yet in three years of training.