Youngster has 'some upside and can be competitive in Class Four'

PUBLISHED : Sunday, 22 April, 2012, 12:00am
UPDATED : Sunday, 22 April, 2012, 12:00am

Despite the apparent lack of depth in the opening event, Derek Cruz was still claiming Class Five winner Well Fit had some upside and would benefit if the wet weather continues in the coming months. Tye Angland led all the way up the straight course on the three-year-old, the private purchase griffin breaking his maiden at his 14th try. 'He found his right race, but don't forget, he is only a three-year-old,' Cruz said. 'He has been in the money a few times and he just cracked it today. He hasn't done too badly. he could win in Class Four, he finished third at Happy Valley, so there are options there, too. He obviously loves the cut out of the ground, so maybe the next few months can provide that sort of track for him again.'



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