Squire, a 3YO Somebeachsomewhere gelding from Trinny Bromac, an unraced Falcon Seelster half-sister to Bromac Lodge broodmare Tanisa Bromac (TT, 1:58.1), notched his second Australian win at Bathurst, NSW, on Wednesday, May 9.
Bromac Lodge has close 2YO filly relative Sheza Bromac, a Mach Three sister to two-win mare Twitter Bromac, available for purchase for $15,000 (excluding GST), as part of its current dispersal sale.
A former $47,000 purchase at the Sydney Australia Pacing Gold Yearling Sale, Squire initially qualified at two in NZ for the Mark Jones stable, then was sold to race in Australia.
He was recording his second win in 12 Australian starts on Wednesday, taking out the Stu Valentine 4 Bloodstock Ins Pace for the KerryAnn Turner stable, and driver, Robbie Morris.
Squire overcame the second row over the 1730m, wearing down front-runner Mammals Magic in a 1:57.6 rate, just a fraction slower than his winning mile rate in his maiden win at Newcastle over 1609m in January.
Squire's dam Trinny Bromac, whose first foal Shazam Shannon won twice, is a sister to the former 10-race NZ winner Ross The Boss (1:50, US), who added another 24 wins in the US for $404,654; and is also a sister to minor NZ winner Habeebee (1:53.6, USA), now the winner of over $60,000.
Her grand-dam Tanisa Vance is the dam of five individual winners including Bromac Lodge mare Tanisa Bromac, a Live Or Die dam of five individual winners herself.
Tanisa Bromac’s leading flagbearers are two $100,000 winners, Torrid Bromac (1:53.2h, US, 18 wins & $123,803), and Tijuana Bromac (1:57.5, 15 wins & $124,897), while her other winners include (Black) Mr Mach (1:56.5, nine wins & $84,109), two-race winner Trinity Bromac, and Twitter Bromac (two wins).
She's also the dam of yearling Makie Bromac, a yearling filly by Bettor's Delight, now co-owned by Russley trainer, Brad Mowbray.
This is also the family of Tallyho Bromac (1:53.7), Kotare Jaeger (p2, 1:56.9), former NZ 3YO mile record holder Kotare Mach (1:53), Kotare Yael (1:50.8, US), Fake Denario (1:48.4, US) and Tullow (1:50.2, US).