Real Danger stylishly led to win the $125,000 Cyril Flower Stakes at Bunbury on Saturday. The meeting was transferred from Ascot due to the city’s scorching forecast of 41C and was run in comparatively cooler conditions of 37C at the Bunbury Turf Club. The Dan Morton-trained sprinter, a $2.60 favourite who was ridden aggressively by Chris Parnham, scored by almost two lengths over 1200m from strong finisher My Bella Mae ($3.50) with Mood Swings ($6.40) in third. “I knew Real Danger was very fit and it was decided to put rivals to the sword by leading and making them catch her,” Morton said. “She’s easy to train and very fast”. Parnham said he was delighted with the horse’s performance. “We were able to take the front easily. We had a comfortable run in the lead and I could kick her away on the home turn,” he said. Morton will now consider running the second-hand mare, purchased from leading owners Bob and Sandra Peters, in imminent races including the $350,000 Bluff Knoll at Albany, the $150,000 Pinjarra Classic and $150,000 Bunbury Stakes. The Peters were in luck earlier on Saturday when they won a 1200m handicap with Antique Miss, who they bred and have retained.