Trendy Bromac (p3, 1:54.6, NZ), the younger half-sister to Tas Man Bromac (1:56.5, 14 wins & $152,086), is quickly advancing her score in Victoria.
The four-year-old Mach Three mare notched her second win on end for young Victorian trainer Josh Aiken at Bendigo on Thursday, April 26.
Trendy Bromac justified her $2.20 favouritism from the second row in a C1 pace at Bendigo.
After getting a good run through to end up in the running line, she improved wide and scored by a head in a 1:58.5 rate for the 2150m.
Formerly raced in NZ by Dianne Reilly and Bromac Lodge, Trendy Bromac is now owned outright by Mrs Reilly.
Tasmcmanian, the McArdle dam of Trendy Bromac, now a winner of four from 15 starts, and NZ 3YO record-holder Tas Man Bromac, is still owned by Bromac Lodge.
Also the dam of minor winner Tilly Bromac and last season's 2YO filly qualifier, Tempest Bromac (2:00.3), for Southland trainer, Nathan Williamson, Tasmcmanian is in foal to champion sire, Bettor's Delight.
Her weanling Art Major colt foal has been sold to Victorian interests.
Tasmcmanian, unraced due to injury, is a half-sister to nine winners, six in 2:00, including Art's Conquest (p3, 1:50, 12 wins & $880,576), Lifeotheparty (p2, 1:54), Angaal (p3, 1:52.4) and Pop Art (p3, 1:53).
Her North American family is full of "black type" performers, with her dam Shy Devil (p3, 1:53.6, 10 wins & $169,185) also leaving fillies to have bred on, with Angaal leaving Little Brown Jug Final runner-up Western Fame (p3, 1:50.2h).
Pop Art has left Part Shark (1:51, 25 wins & $354,014), Rustlin Goodtime (1:50.6) and Pop Diva (p3, 1:52.6, herself the dam of fast 3YO, Beat The Drum (1:49.4, 22 wins & $733,700); and Art Of Design, dam of $2 million winner Chancey Lady (1:48.8, 43 wins) and Camille (1:48.6, 37 wins & $1.2 million).