The late Bob McArdle's persistence was the catalyst in a new harness racing owner becoming a winner with Taroona Bromac at the Amberley meeting on NZ day, February 6.
Tara Bromac, the first foal of former NZ Oaks and Harness Jewels 2YO Diamond place-getter Te Amo Bromac (1:55.8, seven wins & $147,402), was a star maiden trialist at Ashburton on Tuesday, January 22.
Mohs Em Down, the first foal from multiple Group One placed mare Tatijana Bromac (p3, 1:54.2, eight wins & $215,578), won easily his fourth race start at Auckland on Friday, January 18.
Exciting three-year-old filly Arma Indie has been snapped up by clients of big-spending Perth trainer Mike Reed.
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Zeuss Bromac, the first foal from speed filly Zeta Bromac (p3, 1:55.5, five wins from nine starts), showed a smart turn of foot in his two-year-old qualifier at Pukekohe on Tuesday, January 15.
Arma Indie, from a Courage Under Fire half-sister to Bromac Lodge broodmare Amaretto Bromac (Falcon Seelster-Arma Class), has hit multiple winning three-year-old filly form in early January.
Brilliant Courage Under Fire gelding Turn It Up is being freshened for the big NZ four-year-old autumn features after taking out the Gr. 2 $52,800 McMillan Equine Feeds Waikato Flying Mile on Friday, January 11.
Lincoln Road, a gelded son of Sir Lincoln and Tania Tandias (Falcon Seelster-Tandias Courage), scored a hat-trick of wins in his latest Queensland racing at Albion Park on January 4.
Courage Under Fire's super-son Turn It Up re-wrote the record book in the $250,000 Trillan Trust Auckland Cup on New Year's Eve.
Trans-Tasman feature wins by last weekend have kept their respective Bromac Lodge-promoted sires, Courage Under Fire and Falcon Seelster, in the limelight.