The win also ended a frustrating drought for connections.
Considering the strong record throughout his career that shows 27 wins and 31 placings, amazingly 12 months had ticked over since his previous victory.
That win came on February 22, 2020 - when scoring in an open event - with a further 24 starts between wins, placing in 12 of those outings.
Victory also ensured the gelding maintained his record of a victory in every season he has raced since his two-year-old days.
It has been a successful career that includes victory in the QBRED three-year-old and four-year-old Triad Finals, a Redcliffe Cup, an Armidale Cup, and a track record at Inverell.
That track record was set when still just a three-year-old, when claiming victory by a mammoth 67.9 metres.
With the winning drought broken, the rains of success might just continue for March and his stable star.
Horses can be the ultimate test of patience and square gaiters can quite often raise that bar even higher, proving the ultimate test for a farrier, trainer, and driver to elicit the best from the animal.
Living up to his name somewhat, Crazy Ben has proven the ultimate frustration for his trainers and owners throughout his career.
After scoring two wins and seven placings in his first 13 race outings with former trainer Chris Svanosio, it has been exasperation ever since.
Joining the Joe and Mary Rando stable in Sydney, the gelding started on 27 occasions without a victory and was ultimately placed on the market.
Ryan Veivers opted to try his luck in finding the key to the son of Crazed, purchasing the gelding and took over the training.
After nine starts for Veivers, he was again moved on, this time sent to the barn of Dan Russell.
Continuing to search for the answers, Russell took Crazy Ben to Marburg for his 12th attempt under his name on Sunday for a stand-start event over 2200 metres.
Stepping cleanly, Crazy Ben with Matt Elkins in the sulky were able to control the tempo and hold on to score his 3rd career victory.