Derby hero Helene Mascot has pulled up 'in sensational order', according to Tony Cruz, showing no signs of injury, soreness or fatigue after his powerful win in Sunday's Derby of the decade. The son of 1997 European champion Peintre Celebre could have been forgiven for being a bit subdued after a gut-busting performance in which he had to rally a second time in a duel with gallant runner-up Jackpot Delight. But Cruz said that was definitely not the case. 'The way he's pulled up tells you something about this horse,' he said. 'He has eaten up overnight, has not left a grain, and this morning at the track he was moving freely and fluently. ' Yesterday, handicapper Nigel Gray handed Helene Mascot a thumping 12-pound increase in his domestic rating, taking him to 115 pounds. Helene Mascot is now set for the Audemars Piguet Queen Elizabeth II Cup at Sha Tin on April 27, and may have a crack at the Champions & Chater Cup (2,400m), attempting to become only the second horse, after Vengeance Of Rain, to complete the Derby-QE II-Champions & Chater treble.