Tony Cruz is one winner away from equalling George Moore's record of 87 wins in a single season following a double at Sha Tin on Sunday and, on reflection, his strike-rate this season of 20 per cent has been nothing short of remarkable. Cruz has dominated most of the feature races this term and earned prize money for his owners in excess of $111 million. It has been an astonishing season for Cruz and he may set a mark that in the foreseeable future is unattainable. And Cruz must have been as proud as all of Hong Kong was with the performances of Silent Witness (third) and Bullish Luck (fourth) in the Yasuda Kinen over 1,600 metres. The champion sprinter was only caught in the last few bounds and every horse that raced on the pace with him was beaten into submission soon after straightening. He proved that he can win a Group One contest over the mile. The track bias helped the cause of Cruz's Lucky Danske, who scored a comfortable victory over 1,400m (Race 655), but runner-up Summerville Power ran well in defeat. He is looking for a step up in trip, and should prove hard to beat over 1,800m or further. Meanwhile, there may be another star on the horizon, based on the manner in which Wealthy notched his fifth successive win - his seventh victory from 10 starts. He was the only winner all day to defy the bias, which was favouring those runners on the rail and on the pace. The way he drew away from some quality gallopers over the Sha Tin mile (Race 656) after sitting at least three-wide around the home bend was indicative of a horse going to the very top. There was merit in the run of Sambuoyant (second) and Bountiful (third) behind eventual winner Flying Kenny in the Jat Ming Handicap (Race 654). The former has taken a little time to settle in but has ability, while Bountiful made a long run around the field and would have still won in another stride or two. Elephant Dance (fifth) is well handicapped now and is worth considering when he steps up in distance. Gold Medal Winner showed plenty of fighting spirit when beating Taiji Spirit to win his second race (Race 652) from three starts. It was a game effort under top weight and he should only be more competitive as he races over more ground. Debutant Winning Bullet (fourth) ran on strongly to the line and has a bright future, as does Lord Cairns (fifth), who didn't have a lot of room in the concluding stages. There is no doubt that Syllabus is the type of horse that could string quite a few wins together, possibly next season, given the ease of his victory over 2,400m (Race 649) on his first attempt. There were a couple of hard-luck stories in the race won by Dash Ahead over 2,000m (Race 645) where Cheerful Heart (third) and Sunny Riviera (fifth) both could have won. The former was caught three wide for the duration while Sunny Riviera was severely checked inside the final furlong. There was nothing wrong with the debut of Alinsky, who finished third behind 1,000m specialist Flashing Star (Race 643). He will strip fitter for the outing and will appreciate a step up in distance. ONES TO NOTE: Sambuoyant, Winning Bullet, Summerville Power.