Cardiff City have extendend their lead at the top of the Championship, with a win at Blackburn putting them four points ahead of Crystal Palace.
An early goal from Captain, Mark Hudson put the Bluebirds in the lead just before half time.
The Rovers fought back, equalising with a goal from Joshua King. But, they were no match for Cardiff, with goals from Bellamy, Mason and Bo-Kyung Kim making the final score Blackburn 1 - 4 Cardiff City.
Ahead of the trip to Blackburn, Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay says the key to maintaining the consistency needed to challenge at the top of the table is keeping standards high in training every day.
He says his players are 'really pushing each other, all the time' in terms of competition for places.
Cardiff City are away against Blackburn Rovers in the Championship tonight. Malky Mackay's side have a one-point lead at the top of the table after another home win last weekend - and could make that a four-point gap by the time closest challengers Crystal Palace play tomorrow.
The Bluebirds have now set a new home record of ten wins on the trot - a flawless start to the season at the Cardiff City Stadium. Their away form had been letting them down - but they have picked up a win at Barnsley and a draw at Derby from their last two games on the road.