Final Peace delivered on the faith of Dunnstown trainer-driver David Murphy to capture the $20,000 South Australian Oaks at Globe Derby Park.
The three-year-old filly made light work of the classic after finding the lead in the opening 400m on Saturday night.
Murphy put the race beyond doubt when let Final Peace loose with 500m to run.
The daughter of Village Jolt went on to score by 20m and give Murphy a second SA 3yo blue ribbon feature.
He took Bazill to victory in the 2005 SA Derby.
It gave Final Peace, which finished fourth in the Breeders Crown 2yo fillies' final, her third career win.
For Murphy it was second win in 24 hours, with trotter Meet Michaelangelo ($2 favourite) having saluted in Ballarat on Friday night.
CARDIGAN trainer Emma Stewart is place to have a big say on Bathurst Gold Crown group 1 final night on Saturday.
Stewart produced three 2yo heats winners and three 3yo heat winners.
Joanna and Dangerous Hand stood up in the 2yo fillies' divisions and Ideal Dan in the 2yo colts and geldings category.
Her partner Clayton Tonkin also tasted success with Idyllic scoring in a 2yo colts/geldings' heat.
Joanna, which was a $50,000 yearling, rated 1:56.9 for 1730m and Dangerous Hold - a $55,000 purchase at last year's Australian Pacing Gold yearling sales - went 1:58.4.
Idyllic, which cost $130,000 as a yearling, bounced back in 1:56.5 after lowering his colours to Ideal Dan on debut.
The colt is a half-brother to ill-fated star mare Petacular, which won 19 of 26 starts, including two group 1s.
Stewart's 3yo winners were colts and geldings division's Mach Dan and Yianni, and filly Amelia Rose.
Stewart tightened her already tight grips on the Victorian and state metropolitan trainers' premierships with a feature double at Melton on Saturday night.
Pacifico Dream ($1.20 favourite) won the group 3 $40,000 Victoria Sires Classic, 2240m, and Demon Delight ($9.70) took out the group 2 $50,000 City of Melton Plate XXXI, 2240m.Each was coming off big campaigns in Sydney.
BALLARAT'S Connor Ronan has worked his way into the top in the Victorian concession drivers' premiership.
He had a double at Ouyen on Sunday, including 3yo filly Common Courtesy, trained by his father Wayne Ronan.
Common Courtesy is the first winner out of Helens Pleasure (12 wins) - one six winners out of Trebla Trebla.
A Somebeachsomewhere yearly colt out Trebla Trebla sold for $55,000 this year.