Tony Cruz celebrated a personal milestone when Very Fit, the progressive half-brother to champion Silent Witness, gave the trainer his 60th winner for the season. Very Fit, perfectly handled by stable jockey Felix Coetzee, led for just about every centimetre of the 1,600 metres to win the Johann Cruyff Handicap (class three) in the style of a horse who may very well be back on Derby day next year at the top level. Cruz and Coetzee, popularly known as the C-team, are having a season of unparalleled success. But the 60-winner mark was special because it eclipsed Cruz's previous best season - 59 - achieved just last year. 'I feel very happy to have beaten my own previous personal best, and to have done it so early,' Cruz said. 'Last year, it took the full season - that's 78 meetings - to train my 59 winners. Today was meeting number 51, so I'm way ahead of last year's numbers.' Despite the dizzying success, Cruz said he was not tempted 'for even one minute' to slow up or lose focus. 'No way, man,' said the six-time former champion jockey who is now racing away with his second Hong Kong trainer's premiership. 'Pedal to the metal all the way. 'When things are going as well as they are now, it's important to set some new, challenging goals,' he said. 'There are three more things I want to achieve this season. 'One is to beat the modern record for the number of winners in a season , established by John Size last year. The next is to beat my own single-season prize money record ($90.9 million). And the third goal relates to Silent Witness - to keep him unbeaten and see him pass the 16-win record of Cigar and Citation.' Very Fit, a son of veteran shuttle stallion Woodman, is certainly doing his bit to keep the Cruz numbers ticking over, racking up his third victory from just five starts. Coetzee even suggested that the strength of yesterday's win took him slightly by surprise. 'It ended up a very impressive win because they made me work a good bit harder than I wanted to in order to get the lead down the back straight,' Coetzee said. 'So when they came at him in the straight, he was entitled to be feeling the pinch a bit. But he picked up and raced away again. It was a very good win.' Cruz, on the other hand, said Very Fit's performance had been exactly what he expected. 'I must say, I really did expect this horse to win,' he said. 'I wasn't worried about the ground, I wasn't worried about anything. 'Good horses like him and Silent Witness, they handle anything. Nothing's a problem to them.' One race earlier, Cruz and Coetzee had also been in the winner's circle with Wind Winner, who ran up to his excellent last-start second behind Summerland, who had confirmed the form with another victory earlier in the afternoon. 'He reared just as they jumped the other day and missed the start, so finishing second was a really good effort,' Coetzee said. 'This horse has really started to come of age. He used to be a bit field shy and needed to race outside horses. 'Today, he was racing against the rails, confidently, without a worry in the world. 'He looks in magnificent order and that's how he is racing.'