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    PROMINENT trainer Craig Cross will continue to push ahead with Group One plans for Cash N Flow following his win at Tabcorp Park Menangle... Connections hoping for Group One cash flow

    PROMINENT trainer Craig Cross will continue to push ahead with Group One plans for Cash N Flow following his win at Tabcorp Park Menangle tonight.

    Racing in solid form since returning from a short freshen-up, Cash N Flow has won his last two starts with his latest victory coming in the J D Watts Memorial just moments ago.

    Thrilled with Cash N Flow’s performance in the Group Three, Cross revealed his schedule for the son of Mach Three which includes crossing the border.

    Along with aiming for the Len Smith Mile in Menangle on June 30, Cross is looking to head north with the gelding.

    Cross has set his sights on the Sunshine Sprint at Albion Park on July 13 and The Blacks A Fake a week later.

    The Blacks A Fake is the last leg of the 2018/19 Grand Circuit.

    “The Len Smith is what we are aiming towards,” Cross said. “Given the way he has gone at his last couple of starts he warrants a crack at a race like that.

    “If he keeps racing well enough we will then look at going to Queensland for the Winter Carnival.”

    With Luke McCarthy holding the reins, Cash N Flow was eased to the tail of the field from the outside of the front row as his stablemate Replaced Eye was pushed forward to find the front from his wide draw.

    Angled deep around the final bend Cash N Flow unleashed a scintillating sprint to grab the lead in the shadows of the post, scoring by a head from Letspendanitetogetha, with Maximan a metre-and-a-half away third.

    “I was very impressed with the way he came home,” Cross said. “He was still last with 250 metres to run and finished it off very strongly.”

    Covering the mile in 1:50.6, the six-year-old took his record to 16 wins and eight placings from 39 starts for earnings of $256,041.

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