11 May 2011 - Three-year-old Armbro Operative filly Little Red Cloud lived right up to the wraps her Goulburn Valley trainer Noel Tyndall has on her with a bullocking last stride victory in Wednesday night's Vicbred Super Series Heat at Lord's Raceway. With regular driver Craig Northcott back in the sulky after a suspension, the tiny pacer put her best foot forward to score a half head victory over Ezee Duzit Lombo (Daryl Douglas) with Secretive Lombo (Greg Sugars) rounding at the top three, four metres from the winner. Northcott kept the Little Red Cloud ($3.90) one out and three back in transit and she came with a big finish to just get up. The trainer blamed himself for the filly's blemish two starts back when she finished 10th in the Fillies Classic at Bendigo. "I drove her that night, tried something different and it didn't work," he said. At her last start a week ago, Little Red Cloud was piloted by Nigel Milne into fourth place in a 3CO race at Bendigo. But it was her first foray into the bigtime which underlined Little Red Cloud's potential. The half-sister to Tyndall's well performed Crocodile Tears finished fourth the Oaks at Melton won by Bettor Cover Lover.