There was no more rewarding victory than Flaming Flutter’s victory in the South Australian pacing cup at Globe Derby. The son of Bettor’s Delight has plied his trade amongst Australia’s best free for allers in recent times, with consistent results but got his deserved Group One glory with a great big race drive by Greg Sugars. Able to control the race from the chair, Flaming Flutter outstayed his rivals over 2645 metre journey. He has now banked over $600,000 in stakes. Bettor’s Delight had now fewer than thirty winners down under this week, amongst them were Chase The Dream who won the Waikato Guineas, Murano made it five on the bounce with victory at Albion Park, God Send paced 1.52 and change to win at Menangle and Emmanuel was a winner at Melton. American Ideal’s daughter The Orange Agent put her rivals to the sword with victory in the Cambridge Flying Mile, in moderate conditions, she still paced home in 55.8, at Roxburgh Tas Man Bromac was a winner of the local Roxburgh Cup, scooting home in 56.1 and his ace son Bling It On was a Menangle winner. Other good winners for American Ideal included Milia’s Ideal at Tamworth and he sired a double at Bendigo when Spinner’s Boy and Novena Rose greeted the judge. Pegasus Spur continued his recent run of good winners when his top flight son Speeding Spur was a winner of the Cambridge Trotters Flying Mile, he is now headed for Australia to contest a number of key feature races, Unico Pegasus won the Group 3 Horsham Trotters Cup, Marvellous Max won at Melton and Dauntless won at Thames. Ace trotting stallion Crazed sired his winner down under when She’s Allthe Craze won at Roxburgh. She will certainly be the first of many winners as the son of Credit Winner has been well patronised this breeding season.