Shelby Bromac became the latest Bromac Lodge-bred Group Two winner after taking out the $A75,000 Triple Me Hobart Tasmania Cup Final in Hobart on Saturday, March 16.
Spankem's minor upset win in the $1 million 2019 Ainsworth Miracle Mile at Tabcorp Park, Menangle, on Saturday, March 2, in 1:47.7 has further enhanced the family of Bromac Lodge mare, Amaretto Bromac.
The Falcon, a colt from a family associated with Bromac Lodge in recent generations, sold for a healthy $95,000 at NZ Bloodstock's Standardbred Yearling Sale in Christchurch on February 20, 2019.
Titan Bromac became the fifth individual winner for former Bromac Lodge broodmare Tandias Courage with his maiden win at Geelong on Victoria on Tuesday, February 26.
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.