Amaretto Bromac, who has a sale price reduction from Bromac Lodge to $5000 (plus GST), in foal to Courage Under Fire, is from the same family as winners in both NZ and North America over the last week.
Ambro Courage gets a chance to add to her smart year in North America in a $US29,000 fillies and mares pace at Yonkers, New York, on Saturday (NZ time).
Simba Bromac's 18th win for the Australian season from 25 starts, which concluded on August 31, is the most in a single season since former WA star Has The Answers achieved the same number in 2011.
Bromac Lodge broodmare Banshee (Christian Cullen-Tania Tandias, by Falcon Seelster-Tandias Courage) is now an unraced half-sister to three sub-1:58 performers, and a 2:00.6 2YO qualifier.
Simba Bromac became the latest $100,000 earner for former Bromac Lodge broodmare, Sabrina Bromac, in style at Gloucester Park, Perth, on Friday, August 17.
Everlasting sire Falcon Seelster has superseded his siring career in New Zealand as a top broodmare sire.
Former NZ pacer Some Excusesomewhere, from the same maternal family as Bromac Lodge broodmare Maravu Excuse, was an impressive first-up winner in Queensland on Tuesday, August 14.
Falcon Seelster's 10-year-old son Hugh Hefner again showed his longevity in North America by winning at Harrah's Philadelphia on August 8 over the mile in 1:51.8 (10ths).
Torrid Bromac extended his USA year earnings past $90,000 with his eighth win of the year on Sunday (NZ time).
True Blue Stride, from a half-sister to Bromac Lodge mare Amaretto Bromac (Falcon Seelster-Arma Class), scored a maiden 3YO win in 1:56.1 (1609m) at Menangle, New South Wales, on Tuesday, July 31