Pangaea is dual nominated for the Class 2 Handicap over 1200 metres and Benchmark 62 Handicap over the same distance.
“Pangaea is a nice horse and definitely up to city class,” Campton said.
“He’s a big gelding and has just taken time to mature but he’s a pretty nice horse.”
Pangaea has only started four times and won his maiden on the Gold Coast Polytrack first-up on November 4 before a last start second in a 1050 metre Class 1 race at the Gold Coast two weeks later.
Trainer Less Kelly, who has won three Gold Coast trainer’s premierships, also has given a thumbs up to the grass track.
“I’ve had a couple of horses jump-out and the track is very impressive,” Kelly said.
“It’s looks terrific and I’m very impressed.”