The Bill Galea trained gelding ensured that he didn’t get trapped on the fence this time, sitting parked outside the Derby runner-up Broadways Best throughout and reeling the filly in in the straight to score by just over a length from the promising former kiwi Coastal and a game Broadways Best.

Living On Fire now boasts 10 wins from 14 career starts for earnings of $161,799.

The talented gelding is out of the Even Odds mare Under Wraps.

Also on the same card was the $20,000 Metropolitan Cup Final, which was taken out by another son of Live Or Die in Notaswethort who has now won 10 races and $75,000 in stakes.

Live Or Die continues to dominate the Australian Sires Premiership with 121 winners and more than $2.3 million in stakes won so far this season.