Avid Bromac Lodge supporter and owner, Diane Reilly, has come up with her own jingle . . . "you can't go wrong with a Bromac."
An excited Mrs Reilly landed a winning Bromac Lodge-bred double for the second time at Shepparton, Victoria, on Tuesday, May 14, winning consecutive races with Trendy Bromac and Dynamic Bromac.
This was her second double at Shepparton, having achieved the feat with Dynamic Bromac and Juliette Bromac, on February 1, 2017.
Her thoughts were with Bromac Lodge founder and proprietor, Bob McArdle, after her latest winning "Bromac" double.
Gold Coast-based Mrs Reilly initially co-raced Trendy Bromac with Bromac Lodge, then purchased the mare outright after the sudden passing of Mr McArdle in January, 2018.
Diane races Dynamic Bromac with her brother Russell Keller, who celebrated the win from Rome, Italy.
Both pacers are prepared by successful trainer David Aiken, and were reined to victory by Kima Frenning.
Trendy Bromac, a 1:54.6 miler in NZ, returned to winning form at her fourth Australian seasonal start for Diane.
The five-year-old daughter of Mach Three and Tasmcmanian racked up her sixth career win from only 22 starts, leading to win in a 1:56.5 rate for the 1690m.
Trendy Bromac, now a winner of $46,784, tried to repeat at Shepparton on Monday, May 20, working to the front from the seven barrier, then was edged out along the sprint lane by half a head by fellow NZ-bred, The High Roller.
Dynamic Bromac was also rewarded with his first seasonal win in his 15th start at Shepparton on May 14.
A Live Or Die gelding from Diana Bromac, Dynamic Bromac was well graded as a $2.30 favourite in a C4-5 pace.
The six-year-old came clear by 10.8 metres in a 1:59.4 rate for the 2190m for his 11th career win from 64 starts, taking his earnings to $105,199.
TURBO BROMAC ADDS TO RECORD
Turbo Bromac, the Mach Three gelding from Tallulah Bromac (Artsplace-Tandias Courage), won second-up at just his second start of the season at Wagga at Riverina Raceway, NSW, on May 17.
This was the seventh win in 24 career starts for Turbo Bromac, taking his earnings to $30,210.
He worked to the front form the seven barrier in a C1 pace, winning as a $2.90 favourite for claiming junior driver Peter McRae.
Turbo Bromac rated a career best 1:58.2 for the 2270m, adding to his big-winning maternal family.