Heza Bromac, who began his career with guns blazing at three for former trainer Kevin Pizzuto, winning three of his first six starts, has regained his old spark at six, for current trainer Amanda Turnbull.
He has won two of his last three starts at Menangle, the latest in a career best 1:51.4 (1609m).
Driven by Josh Aiken, Heza Bromac pressed to the lead from barrier 10 over the opening quarter in 26.3s on Sunday, October 28.
He kept going to win the $15,000 C2-5 mobile pace in a career best run.
Heza Bromac won in 1:52.1 at three at his sixth start for the Pizzuto stable.
However, he's been sparingly raced since.
Last week's run was just his 20th start, of which he's won eight and been seven times placed.
He won the Griffith Cup, first-up, for Turnbull, last November, but a week later, was sidelined again, reappearing in August.
Heza Bromac, bred by Bromac Lodge and Matt Saunders, was qualified at two in New Zealand, with a 2:00.1 Wyndham mile in March, 2015.
He was one of only two foals from his dam Halo Bromac (Falcon Seelster-Happy Dreamer), who died in 2015.
She was a qualified half-sister to Hasten Bromac (1:58.9).
Heza Bromac's sire Rob Roy Mattgregor, also met with an early demise in Australia, but left a smart mare in NZ in RR Sand Dollar.
His grand-dam Happy Dreamer, after racing twice in NZ at two, took a 1:57 mark on a half-mile track in North America, winning eight for the equivalent of ,916.
Happy Dreamer is a half-sister to Christian Dreamer, the dam of former NZ 2YO Pacer of the Year, Chase The Dream (1:49.9), a winner of 15 in NZ and Australia, for $504,756.
Heza Bromac's fourth dam Dreamy Atom won six for Vin and Daphne Devery including the Cheviot Club's Sweetheart 2YO Stakes and won both the NZ Sires Stakes 2YO and 3YO Fillies Final.
She was NZ's 2YO Pacing Filly Of The Year in 1994.