Matthew Chadwick has shown no signs of hitting a speed-bump now that he has finished his apprenticeship - and proved he can match it with the seniors by riding a double for trainer Tony Cruz. Chadwick claimed the first two races, both held on the all-weather track, with a race-to-race double on Single Malt and Perfect Fit. 'Single Malt has just had no luck with barrier draws recently, and his runs in Class Four have been good, but he has had to do too much work,' Cruz said. 'Today Matthew was able to get him across from the wide gate against the lower grade [Class Five] and he was too strong.' Chadwick urged Single Malt forward from barrier 12 to sit outside the leader High Note rounding the bend before driving him to the line in a strong riding display. 'He feels a stronger horse now than he did in his first season in Hong Kong, he has just got bigger and the drop back to Class Five helped him to win again,' Chadwick said. Chadwick then added to his first success with a victory aboard Perfect Fit in the Hankow Handicap (1,200m), making that horse the most highly rated subscription griffin in training. 'He loves the dirt track, we tried him on it last time and he won well,' Chadwick said. 'It was a bit of a fluke really - his first win - because he wasn't doing as well as he should have on the turf and Tony wanted to try him on the dirt. 'When he won it was a real bonus, and he seemed to like it well enough to put him in a similar race today.' Perfect Fit was able to produce his second win in a row over the 1,200m and his trainer is keen to keep him to this surface at which he performs best. 'I used to ride a similar horse and won on him all the way through to Class One on the dirt,' Cruz said. 'Whenever we would take him back to the turf he would run 250m behind the field, he just didn't like it at all. 'I think this horse is the same and we will keep trying to find races for him on the dirt, hopefully we have a horse like Sunny Golf.' The John Moore-trained Sunny Golf has won six starts on the dirt in the past three seasons after struggling to win in Class Four on the turf course earlier in his career - and now boasts a rating of 104. Surprisingly, Cruz, a former champion jockey himself, was most pleased with Chadwick's ride on his colt Penglai Xianzi, who was runner-up to Super Carded in the Canarvon Handicap (1,400m). 'The past two times he has run well he has been held up, but Matthew decided to take him forward today and it almost won him the race,' Cruz said. 'The eventual winner drew an inside gate and I think if we had swapped barriers the result would have been different.'