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BANSHEE BECOMES HALF-SISTER TO TWO SUB 1:54 WINNERS

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Former Bromac Lodge mare Banshee, an unraced Christian Cullen mare from Tania Tandias (Falcon Seelster-Tandias Courage), is now a half-sister to two sub 1:54 Albion Park, Brisbane, winners.
 
Lincolns Girl became a 1:53.3 mile rate 3YO filly winner over 1660m when taking out the TAB Pot Of Gold Final at Albion Park last Friday, May 31.
 
She took her record to six wins from 18 starts in the C0 and faster final over 1660m.
 
Lincolns Girl, still raced by NZ breeders, Lincoln Farms Bloodstock, was recording her fourth Albion Park win since transferring to the Alistair Barnes stable this year.
 
Barnes is also training the Sir Lincoln year-older brother to Lincolns Girl in Lincoln Road (1:53.1), who has advanced his record to 14 wins from 34 starts in Queensland, for $89,670 (after winning his first four in NZ).
 
Their dam Tania Tandias (unraced) is fashioning a good record.
 
She's now the dam of five to race for four individual winners, all in sub 1:59.
 
Tania Tandias other winners are Zanibar Babe (1:56.9, Aust), who has won twice, and Tommy Lincoln, a two-year-old gelding by American Ideal, who won second-up at Auckland on May 24 in a 1:58.4 rate over 2200m for the Ray Green stable.
 
Tandias Courage, the dam of Tania Tandias, was a former Bromac Lodge broodmare stand-out.
 
Banshee, the first foal from Tania Tandias (Falcon Seelster-Tandias Courage), was sold by Bromac Lodge in April to Mr and Mrs Martin Pierson.
 
Grand-dam Tandias Courage was the 2000 Australian 2YO Pacing Filly of the Year, winning 23 races (10 Aust, 13 USA) pacing 1:53.6 in North America.
 
Tandias Courage, now defunct, is the dam of dam of three $100,000-plus winners, all Harness Jewels-placed, namely Tatijana Bromac (p3, 1:54.2 & $215,578), Tandias Bromac (1:53.7, 14 wins & $193,951) and NZ Oaks third placegetter, Te Amo Bromac (1:55.8, seven wins & $147,252).





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