Almond Lee Yee-tat pointed skywards after a dream result in yesterday's featured Kowloon Cricket Club Centenary Cup (1,000m) and the trainer suggested the interview be directed elsewhere. Lee had surprised himself by winning earlier in the day with Lucky Dragon (Brett Prebble), but the best was still to come as he saddled up both the dead-heat winners, Always Giggle (Prebble) and Profiting Champion (Alex Lai Hoi-wing), in the main event up the straight. 'I haven't had a winner for six weeks since Nightlign so I have to say winning two races today was all about luck - maybe you should ask the man upstairs,' Lee smiled. He saddled up three runners in the feature to finish with two winners and a fourth (Skyview Bar) and keep all his owners happy. 'Especially Peter Lee [Kwok-wah], the owner of Always Giggle,' Lee said. 'He was flying into Hong Kong this afternoon and he didn't get out of the airport until 30 minutes before the race. 'He rushed straight to the racecourse so I was pleased that he did all that for a good reason.' And Lee showed his sharpness in managing the programming of his horses with Profiting Champion, as the grey had been racing well in Class Three under topweights but was finding it hard to break through for a win. 'Floral Joy II and Holi Ravioli had beaten him getting weight from him and there was another Class Three race for him on Sunday and I could have run him there,' he said. 'But I thought it would be better to try him up a class with the light weight and it has probably made the difference.' If there was some luck in the feature race win-win, it was almost equalled by the lead-up events in Lucky Dragon managing his second win of the term in race three. 'I will give myself one piece of credit for the win in my decision to back the horse up,' Lee said. 'Last week's race didn't work out for him from the wide barrier he ran all right but I didn't plan to have him here again this week. 'Normally he isn't a horse you can back up. He drops body weight after he races and is very quiet around the stables for a while but this time he was unusual. I looked at him a day or two after that last run and I was surprised that he was very bright and happy.'