THE two-year-old race produced some good runs for the future with the Ivan Allan-trained Citiluck looking certain to make his presence felt soon. Citiluck finished fourth to handy winner Heading To Win whose run behind Banker's Delight saw him sent off the favourite for the second race on the card. Chased home by Heading To Win, that from now looks particularly good in the light of Banker's Delight's run in the Kukri Trophy. Citiluck was having only his second start and is going to learn a lot from this. In much the same way, the racing experience of Heading To Win - this was his third start - had plenty to do with his win in this juvenile race. Top Practitioner, who finished second, has what it takes and can be safely marked down while John Moore's Win Theatre will get his owners back their outlay. The money was off target yesterday on Super Class in the third event. Shuffled back at a vital stage, he came home quite well to finish a closing fifth to True Brother in a Class Four, 1,600-metre event. Those who backed him yesterday can recoup because Super Class is on a mark where he can win - and will do so. Peace Gallery ran a fair race to finish fourth after a fairly long layoff. He is worth bearing in mind for a similar 1,400-metre event.