Sheza Bromac (4m Mach Three-Tanisa Bromac), became the sixth individual winner for her former Bromac Lodge dam when winning fresh-up for Swannanoa trainer Ross Houghton at Timaru on Sunday, October 6.
After two unplaced starts in March when leased to Ashburton trainer Simon Adlam, Sheza Bromac entered the ownership of Houghton and nine others last month.
Punter support came for her on Sunday after a good trial second for Houghton behind recent Allstars winner Pur Dan at Rangiora on September 18, and a Rangiora workout win on September 25.
The hot $1.50 favourite had no concerns, leading from the four barrier for John Dunn, holding Jive by a length and a half in a 2:00 mile rate for the 2000m, her last 800m in 57.3s.
Sheza Bromac is a half-sister to the notable former good NZ winner and now ,000-plus earner Torrid Bromac, who has lowered his mile best to 1:50.3 (fifths) on a five-furlongs (1000m) track his year.
Torrid Bromac, by Courage Under Fire from Tanisa Bromac, has won $55,931 for the year in North America from eight wins and three seconds in 25 starts.
Tanisa Bromac (TT, 1:58.4, by Live Or Die-Tanisa Vance), is also the dam of the other quality winners, Tijuana Bromac (1:57.5, 15 wins & $124,897), (Black) Mr Mach (1:56.5, 10 wins & $88,980), Trinity Bromac (1:56.6, four wins) and Twitter Bromac (1:55.9, four wins).
Trinny Bromac, the unraced Falcon Seelster half-sister to Tanisa Bromac, has been represented in Australia this year by the in-form Squire (1:52.9, 14 wins & $83,407), and earlier left Shazam Shannon (1:54.8, six wins & $41,106).
Tanisa Bromac's dam Vance (Vance Hanover-Tanisa), was a top producer herself, also leaving $404,654 winner Ross The Boss (1:50, US, 10 NZ wins, 24 USA wins), along with Tallyho Bromac (1:53.7, mile rate, Aust, 23 wins & ,147), Kotare Jaeger (p2, 1:56.8, 10 wins $72,343), Habeebee (formerly Toffee Bromac, 1:54.8 US, six wins) .
Tanisa Vance also left the unraced fillies, Extra B G and Tessa Bromac, who have also been notable broodmares.
Extra B G (by Butler B G), has left six individual winners including former NZ 3YO mile record holder Kotare Mach (1:53, 16 wins & $268,138), Kotare Yael (1:50.2, US and last season's useful NZ winner, Gimmefiveminutesmore (1:57.5, six wins form 20 starts).
Tessa Bromac (by Mystical Shark) left the good Australian and now USA winner, Tullow (1:50.4, 26 wins & $282,157).
Tanisa Bromac, now 17, one won once in just 10 race starts, was sold by Bromac Lodge last year to Halswell, Christchurch owner, Max Taylor.
Mr Taylor formerly raced Torrid Bromac in NZ to win eight of 38 starts for $64,663, before his sale to the United States.
Tanisa Bromac's last Bromac Lodge foal is Makie Bromac, a three-year-old filly by champion sire Bettor's Delight.
Makie Bromac is to being prepared by Russley trainer Brad Mowbray, who co-owns her with Bromac Lodge.