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Heez Our Perseus, purchased for $15,000 about nine months ago, is proving a bargain, and he completed a training treble for Gary Hall snr at Gloucester Park on Friday night when he set the pace and won the 2536m The Trots WA, Harness The Dream Pace.

This was the New Zealand-bred five-year-old’s 13TH start for the Hall stable and took his record for his new owners Karen Hall, Maddison Brown and Glen Moore to four wins and four seconds for stakes of $35,680.

The win also completed a driving double for Brown, who was successful earlier in the night with the Justin Prentice-trained Manning.

Brown took full advantage of the No. 1 barrier, and Heez Our Perseus, the $1.40 favourite, relished his frontrunning role on his way to a narrow victory over the $9.50 chance Beat City, who ran home strongly from sixth at the bell.

Heez Our Perseus, who is by Alta Christiano, now has raced 36 times for nine wins, seven placings and $63,252. He is a half-brother to Sweet N Fast, who earned $158,066 from 17 wins and 27 placings from 102 starts.