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    HEZA SON OF AGUN

    TALENTED Victorian pacer Heza Son Of Agun has earned a shot at claiming a third Group One thanks to his success at Club Menangle... Gun shooting for third Group One success

    TALENTED Victorian pacer Heza Son Of Agun has earned a shot at claiming a third Group One thanks to his success at Club Menangle just moments ago.

    By capturing the Paleface Adios Stake, Heza Son Of Agun secured a berth in Australia’s premier four-year-old event – next week’s Chariots Of Fire.

    The $250,000 feature will also be conducted at the world class venue.

    Trained by Matthew Craven, Heza Son Of Agun has enjoyed glory at Group One level by securing a Vicbred Final at two and the Caduceus Classic as a three-year-old.

    Driven by Craven during his latest victory, Heza Son Of Agun scored by three metres from the pacemaker Cantfindabettorman.

    Invitation Only was six-and-a-half metres away third.

    Covering the mile in 1:50.7, Heza Son Of Agun took his record to 11 wins and 12 placings from 34 starts for earnings of $308,290.

    The son of Art Major joins Captain Ravishing and Republican Party as automatic invites to the Chariots Of Fire, with the balance of the field consisting of Lightning Dan, Tims A Trooper, Mahomes, My Ultimate Ronnie, Cantfindabettorman, Invitation Only and Catch A Wave.

    Captain Ravishing booked his position in the assembly by winning The Bonanza at Tabcorp Park Melton last week, while Republican Party won a Menangle-based qualifier – Hondo Grattan Stake – on the same night.

    The remaining runners in the Chariots Of Fire field are those which finished in the top four in the two Menangle qualifying races.

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