DEDICATED young English rider Darryll Holland swept to the top of the jockeys' standings with a 96-1 double at Happy Valley last night that also saw trainer Lawrie Fownes post his first winner of the season. 'I feel great, I couldn't be more happy with it. I have received a lot of support from some trainers and I have managed to win tonight for two of them,' said Holland. The two were Fownes, who saw 16-1 chance Lik King score in the second under a dynamic ride from Holland in a fierce, five-way finish that had the Valley crowd roaring. It was anybody's race at the turn in the Class Two longer sprint but Holland, a former champion apprentice, forced Lik King between horses in the final stride to grab it on the line from the Patrick Biancone-trained Sea Of Jasper (5-1), who almost pulled off what would have been a top win. 'I just got the opening in the final strides and got into the gap and the horse went on with it,' said Holland. Fighting Strike (9-2) was on the outside of the five-way finish and ended up third fractionally ahead of the grey Clear Classic (7-1) seeking to make it two on the bounce over his favoured 1,235-metre trip. Happy Landing (12-1) put in a very encouraging run for trainer David Hill and jockey John Marshall, finishing fifth. The flop of the race was 5-2 favourite Master Eagle who finished last for Brian York. There was plenty of talk and support for the horse last season but he failed on two occasions. Holland wrapped up the double in quickfire style as he was back in the winner's circle just one race later - this time aboard trainer Geoff Lane's reliable Shining Star (6-1). It's an ill wind that blows nobody any good and the ride would have gone to sidelined Frenchman Eric St Martin, now back in Paris nursing an injured back which will see him out of action for probably six weeks. Lane has done an excellent job with his smallish string but does know Shining Star inside out and produced him absolutely ripe for the Class Three, 1,650-metre event. It's the gelding's best trip and he scored resolutely for Holland, beating veteran topweight Winged Foot (9-2), with Marshall up. Send A Signal was backed right down to 3-1 late in betting and finished third but has been costly proposition over the past 18 months. York and trainer John Moore put the disappointment of Master Eagle behind them in the nightcap when frequently underrated Kwacha (7-1) obliged with one of the night's easiest wins. The Scots-born New Zealander must have been surprised by the virtual armchair ride as he scored by 31/2 lengths in the Class Three, 1,650-metre event from bottomweight Hammerhead (15-1). It was a wide open race with late support bringing Key On in to 4-1 favourite but the Biancone-trained galloper failed to flatter and finished sixth - never really looking a winning chance. Glory Of India (10-1) finished third but topweight Lucky Money (6-1) turned in a shocker finishing last. He was beaten 800 metres from home. The night started with a convincing victory for trainer Peter Ng Bik-keung and regular rider Danny Lee. The grey Orchestra (4-1) was drawn against the rails and Lee wasted no time in getting him out and running. Two seasons back he had put in two eye-catching runs over this trip and showed here that he has what it takes to win again in similar company. It was a Class Four short sprint and Orchestra had three parts of a length on the line to bottomweight Graceful Win (7-1). Topweight and favourite Admirals Run (4-1) finished third but was never a winning chance. Action Time (9-1) finished a pleasing fourth and will win over longer than this.