Champion trainer Tony Cruz took the mantle from John Size after three years of trying yesterday but wasn't having any delusions about repeating a stunning season which has yielded at least 90 winners, more than $113 million in stakes and another seven Group Ones. Having put away George Moore's 'unbreakable' record of 87 wins in a season, Cruz still has Wednesday's fixture to extend his record beyond 90 and to add to his record prizemoney tally which is well over double the next best figure among his rivals. Yesterday, he was succinct in summing up early on his next season. 'I'd say the chances of me winning 90 races again next year are pretty slim,' he grinned after Genki King and Lucky Danske gave Cruz and stable jockey Felix Coetzee a double that also left Coetzee with a fresh personal best of 81 season wins and still rising. 'I can look at a horse like Silent Witness and be very confident that he can win multiple races, or Bullish Luck. But to win this many races, you need more of the kind of horse that no one expects - a horse like Sun Power, who just comes from nowhere and improves and wins five races for the season after starting down near Class Five.' As Size discovered this season, it's tough to keep winning with the same soldiers who fought all the previous battles, though Cruz gave the impression he can probably expect more wins from yesterday's victors. 'Lucky Danske has won three now and he really likes this kind of going and Genki King didn't surprise me by winning on the turf,' Cruz said. Genki King proved he is not just a dirt horse, winning yesterday on the grass track and Cruz was quick to heap praise on Coetzee for the win, then followed with a bouquet for the whole staff team under him. 'Felix can take the credit for Genki King - it was close and he made the difference - and both his winning rides were great,' Cruz said. 'Everyone in the team is part of a season like this. I want to thank my owners, without them it wouldn't have happened and I want to thank a great team of mafoos, riding boys, everyone back at the stables. You know, my team is like my horses - they work hard and they change just as much as the horses do. I tell them if they don't want to change then they can leave but they change and improve and I see it in them every day.'