Former WA Derby placegetter Tisadream (4g Bettor's Delight-Dreamy Atom), who brought up his 10th career win at Gloucester Park, Perth, on May 1, is closely-related to Bromac Lodge 2YO filly, Horizon Bromac.
Horizon Bromac is a daughter of former track star Auckland Reactor (1:52.9 27 wins and $1.7 milion), now the sire of this season's top NZ 3YO pacer Chase Auckland (1:52.2), the winner of eight and a close second from nine starts for $392,329.
A late January 8 foal, she's the fourth foal from a USA winning half-sister to Tisadream in Happy Dreamer (p3, 1:57h eight USA wins & $44,872), by Son Of Afella.
Horizon Bromac, from the same family as (Let's) Chase The Dream (1:49.9), and former NZ Fillies of the Year in Dreamy Atom and Western Dream, is currently on the market for $4000.
Her dam Happy Dreamer is the dam of one-race winner, Hasten Bromac (1:58.9).
Happy Dreamer's first foal Halo Bromac (qualified, retired after two starts) is the Falcon Seelster dam of fast NSW 3YO Heza Bromac (p3, 1:52.1, 6 wins from 13 starts), a son of the defunct Rob Roy Mattgregor.
Second dam Dreamy Atom (p3, 1:59.2, 6 wins and $108,810) was NZ's 1994 2YO Pacing Filly of the Year, winning the NZ Sires' Stakes 2YO Fillies Championship and Sweetheart 2YO Stakes. She also won the 1995 NZ Sires Stakes 3YO Fillies Championship at Auckland.
Dreamy Atom is the dam of eight to race, providing seven quality winners, including former top filly Western Dream (p2, 1:58.5; p3, 1:56.3, 14 wins from 27 starts and $336,361), the 2005 NZ 2YO and 2006 3YO NZ Pacing Filly of the Year.
Her other winners include Dream Royale (1:53.6, US, 22 wins and $145,067), herself the dam of Soho Lennon (1:51, US, 28 wins and $384,027), including the 2015 Gr. 2 WA Nights Of Thunder Final in Perth, and Rocknroll Dude (1:57, three wins); Tisadream (p3, 1:56.5, 10 wins and $86,072); Presidential Dream (1:53.2, US, 4 wins), Watch The Dream (1:56.6, 4 wins) and Christian Dreamer, the qualified but unraced dam of 2015 NZ 2YO Pacer of the Year (Lets) Chase The Dream (1:49.9, 15 wins from 45 starts for $493,009).
Chase The Dream, for the All Stars stable of Mark Purdon and Natalie Rasmussen, won the 2015 Gr. 1 NZ Sires Stakes 2YO Final (with Lazarus third), the Gr. 1 Young Guns 2YO Final (Lazarus third), while he was also the runner-up to Lazarus in both the 2015 NZ Sires Stakes 3YO Final and Northern Derby, and also second in 2016 WA Derby.
Dreamy Lover, a race-placed daughter of Artiscape and Dreamy Atom, has also bred on leaving Western Delight (2 wins, 2:00 winning mile rate, 2000m).
The family has also had further strong success in Australia with Exotic Stride, a one-win Badlands Hanover sister to Western Dream (by Badlands Hanover) becoming the dam in Australia of two to race, both brothers by Major In Art, in Real Stride (1:51.9, 12 wins from 20 starts for $81,960) and Bullet Stride (p2, 1:54.7, 7 wins from 22 starts for $54,075).
Horizon Bromac's third dam Lumber Lie, a qualified but unraced Lumber Dream mare, besides leaving Dreamy Atom, also left Happy Golucky (9 wins & $49,313) including the 1999 Cheviot 2YO Stakes; and Costalot (1:54.6 US, 10 wins).
Fourth dam Ravinalan was an unraced half-sister to Arveeae (1:59.1, 8 wins & $82,303), the winner of the inaugural 1984 NZ Sires Stakes 3YO Final at Addington.