Falcon Seelster, remarkably, is still siring 2YO winners seven years after his death, aged 30, in 2011.
Former NZ pacer Fifth Edition continues to add in Australia to the family of former Bromac Lodge broodmare, Agnes Patron.
Ambro Courage, a Courage Under Fire mare sent to the USA after winning her 10th and final NZ race at Auckland two years ago, continues to add to her longevity.
Titanium, the half-brother by Tin Tin In America to the race-placed Bromac Lodge broodmare Amaretto Bromac (Falcon Seelster-Arma Class), was a second-up winner in North America on Tuesday, July 24 (NZ time).
Simba Bromac continued his purple patch of late 4YO form by reducing his fastest mark to a 1:52.8 rate over 1730m at Gloucester Park, Perth, on Friday, July 20.
Jilliby Macarena, the first foal from Jewel Bromac, an unraced Major In Art mare from Jillbo (1:53.8, US), was an Australian Pacing Gold Melbourne Autumn Sale Series heat winner at Geelong on Thursday, July 19.
Former champion two and three-year-old Courage Under Fire, who has semen available through Bromac Lodge next term, was again represented by star mare Carlas Pixel at Albion Park, Brisbane, on Saturday, July 14.
Ace Bromac, a 4YO gelded son of Falcon Seelster (semen straws still available from Bromac Lodge) and recently sold broodmare Agnes Patron, furthered his good West Australian form on Saturday night, July 14.
London Delight, who notched her second win in 11 starts for West Melton trainer Cran Dalgety at Rangiora on Sunday, July 8, is further enhancing the family of Bromac Lodge broodmare Amaretto Bromac.
Tullow, from a half-sister to former Bromac Lodge broodmare Tanisa Bromac (TT, 1:58.1), won his second race of the year in North America at Yonkers, New York, winning a $17,500 pace on Monday (NZ time).