Young mare J'Adore Bromac (McArdle-Jillbo) has made a good start to her broodmare career, with two individual winners from her first two foals.
Majadore, a three-year-old daughter of Art Major and J'Adore Bromac, is unbeaten in two New South Wales starts this term for breeder-owner Eric Basham, and trainer-driver Frank O'Sullivan.
She was content to race in the open at Canberra on Monday and proved too good, winning by 1.5 metres in a 2:01.3 rate for the 1770m.
Majadore had also won from the trail at Canberra on March 5, coming clear by 11.4 metres in a 2:01.9 rate for the 1770m.
J'Adore Bromac's first foal (Sir) Macador, who won a Forbury maiden in NZ before making his was across the Tasman, made a good impression winning his first four starts.
The Mach Three gelding recorded a fastest winning mile rate, first-up, of 1:57.7 for the 2125m.
J'Adore Bromac, who won twice herself, was exported to Australia two years ago.
She is a sister to big-winner Jackaroo Bromac (1:52.4), winner of 26 races and $221,251, and a half-sister to smart Group Three-winning mare Juliette Bromac (1:54.5, Aust, nine wins & ,546).
Others among the five individual winners for the top race filly Jillbo (1:53.8, US, 27 wins & $351,214) are McCracken (two) and useful Australian winner in Bromac Jones (1:56.2, eight wins), while her first Falcon Seelster foal, Alderbaran Bromac is the unraced dam of ,000 winner Aldebaran Macha (1:54.7, 17 wins).