FRENCH ace Gerald Mosse thrilled Sha Tin fans again yesterday and left the course with another sparkling double to his credit - and a three-day ban for careless riding. It was a topsy-turvy day for the international rider whose suspension came for his efforts on Super Delight in the final event at Happy Valley on Wednesday. His double came for regular employer Lawrie Fownes and joint champion trainer John Moore, for whom he was having a rare ride on Asian Glory. The Fownes win machine kept ticking over sweetly and Mosse, who rode two for the trainer on Wednesday on his own way to a quartet of winners, produced topweight Sunday Cruise with a great late run to snatch victory in the final event on the nine-race programme. But the debonair Mosse, whose association with Patrick Biancone was a feature of the past two seasons here, was far from happy with the decision of the stipendiary stewards at a re-opened inquiry to ban him for three days. That will cut the remaining part of his one-month international licence in half and he said: ''I am very seriously thinking of appealing. I am going home to think it all over. ''I did everything I could to keep the horse straight. I pulled the whip through and got him off the horse on the inside as quickly as I could. Super Delight is a difficult ride and I did my very best in the circumstances. ''I do not think I deserve this ban,'' he said. But it was Mosse at his best on both Asian Glory and Sunday Cruise. Asian Glory (9-1) has been backed and beaten on several occasions and a frustrated John Moore has had several riders up on the three-year-old. Yesterday Mosse swept through from the middle of the 14-runner Class Five field to grab Yangtze Treasure (5-1) in the last stride in an exciting finish to the 1,400-metre event. Visiting Irish star Walter Swinburn rode a perfect race on the Bruce Hutchison-trained Yangtze Treasure, medium of a huge plunge, and looked home. Swinburn, enjoying an excellent winter stint, went for home about 250 metres out and looked to have the racewon. But Asian Glory quickened like a much better horse than he has seemed to date and in a tense finish prevailed by the narrowest possible margin. Swinburn said: ''He came from nowhere. I never let up on my fellow and I thought I was home but right on the line I knew he had done me. I reckon a stride past the line I was in front again.'' The pair were three lengths clear of 99-1 bolter Nelson's Pet with Yummy Yummy (30-1), starting for the first time this season, taking fourth spot. Mosse said: ''I was very happy with this win and the ride because he was a horse who was not expected to win. But he responded very well in the straight.'' Flop of the race was the 5-2 favourite Fashion Delux with Tony Cruz riding for trainer-brother Derek for the first time in a year. The maiden performer finished seventh despite every effort from Tony. Mosse brought up his own double - and completed one for Fownes - when Sunday Cruise (7-1) also came with a perfectly executed run to wear down Magic Joy (5-1) in the last 50 metres of the Class Three, 1,400-metre nightcap. Sunday Cruise, who was back in a class where he had a definite chance of doing something, was always going well for the Frenchman. Mosse said: ''I had a nice run along the rails but at the top of the straight I wasn't so happy. I thought, 'oh, oh, there are six horses here and there's only room for three, where am I going to go'? ''Fortunately, one of them tired quickly and I got enough room to get through and then he took it up very well.'' Fownes, on the crest of a wave at the moment, said: ''It's been over a year-and-a-half since he's won but that was not a surprise. He was up in Class One and he was never a Class One horse. He had a chance here and I told that to Gerald. ''He settled him sweetly and I was very pleased with the win. The owners have been very loyal and supportive.'' Magic Joy had hacked up in a Class Four race at his previous start when also ridden by Alan Munro and his game effort yesterday showed he is up to winning again. There were no laughs for the supporters of Jollity (7-2 favourite) who was beaten soon after they straightened and finished eighth in the field of 12. Go Go (20-1) ran a game race for third for Eric St Martin, who was having his first day in the saddle during his stay with Brian Kan Ping-chee.