Prolific Bromac Lodge broodmare Sabrina Bromac and another star producer in Crown Defender have had their sales confirmed to New South Wales horseman, Jake Stockton.
Tennyson Bromac provided a highlight on the Sunday Rangiora programme on April 22 by posting a New Zealand record for a three-year-old pacer over the mobile 2000m of 2:23.9, a mile rate of 1:55.7.
Milly Bromac, a daughter of former Bromac Lodge mare Morad (In The Pocket sister to NZ Cup winner Changeover), was back in winning form at Redcliffe, Queensland, on Thursday, April 19.
Trendy Bromac (4m Mach Three-Tasmcmanian) was successful second-up in Victoria at Cobram on Thursday, April 19, for owner Dianne Reilly from the stable of Josh Aiken.
No-one would have had more of a buzz from the win of Itsbeenforever at Methven on Sunday, April 15, than the late Bob McArdle.
Bromac Lodge have received confirmation this week from Harness Racing Victoria that its broodmares have been made eligible for the Australasian Breeders Crown, therefore also making their current weanlings eligible.
Pow Wow Bromac, the first winner for Parfait Bromac (Artsplace-Pascale Bromac), edged past the $40,000 in earnings at Shepparton, Victoria, on Friday, April 6.
Lincolns Superstar (1:56.6), a half-sister to Bromac Lodge mare Lincolns Keepsake (1:59.1, four wins from only 15 starts) and sister to top pacer Sir Lincoln (1:54, 21 wins & $663,601), was back in winning form at Penrith, NSW, on Thursday, April 5.
Cruz Bromac furthered his good 6YO season by winning first-up under a restructured ownership in the $30,000 Warragul Pacing Cup on Sunday, April 1.
Zion Bromac (3g Courage Under Fire-Zante Beach) kept the line of his Fake Left dam bubbling with a smart win over his more fancied stablemates at Addington on Easter Saturday.