Trinity Bromac showed a good sense of timing with her second Cambridge win on Friday, January 5, as her Bettor's Delight sister Makie Bromac, is to be offered at the upcoming NZ Yearling Sales.
The Graeme Rogerson co-owned and trained Trinity Bromac was rewarded for consistency, taking out the Dunstan Horse Feeds Mobile Pace at Cambridge.
She had to be the best horse in the race too, over-racing when being eased at the start from the inside of the second row.
She tangled for top driver David Butcher, losing 30m, but recovered and was sent on a winning run wide from the 600m.
Trinity Bromac finished best wide to beat Jamieson Shard in a 2:00.5 rate for the 2200m.
Younger sister Makie Bromac, Lot 248 on the second day in Christchurch on February 14, is also a half-sister to four other individual winners from their Live Or Die dam Tanisa Bromac (TT, 1:58.1).
The quickest from Tanisa Bromac is last year's 1:54.8 half-mile US winner Torrid Bromac, a winner of eight in New Zealand for $64,663, plus a winner of four in North America in the last few months of 2017.
However, the biggest winner from Tanisa Bromac is 2016 North Island Country Cups Final winner Tijuana Bromac (1:57.5), who won 13 in New Zealand for $101,875, and has won a further two in Queensland, taking his earnings to $124,987.
She's also the dam of good West Australia winner (Black) Mr Mach (1:56.5, nine wins & $85,189) and minor New Zealand winner Twitter Bromac, and last season's two-year-old filly qualifier Verdelho, who has yet to race for the Brent Mangos stable.
This is the family of former good Australian performer Tullow, who ended his year in North America with a third to two-time Australasian Grand Circuit winner Christen Me in a ,000 pace at The Meadowlands, New Jersey, on December 16, the winner pacing the mile in 1:50.
Tullow, from Tessa Bromac, an unraced half-sister to Tanisa Bromac, won 16 in Australia for $149,927 including a 1:52.7 mile at Menangle.
He lowered his mile best to 1:52.2 (fifths) at The Meadowlands in early December.
Tanisa Bromac and Tessa Bromac are also half-sisters to $400,000 international winner Ross The Boss (1:50, US), Tallyho Bromac (1:53.7, Aust), Habeebee (1:54.8, US) and Kotare Jaeger (p2, 1:56.9).
Another half-sister to Tanisa Bromac in Extra BG has also made her mark at stud, leaving former NZ 3YO mile record holder Kotare Mach (p3, 1:53, 16 wins & $268,138).
The unraced Extra BG is also the dam of another fast miler in ex-NZ pacer Kotare Yael (1:50.4, 5ths, USA), who won seven of 32 NZ starts for $51,938 for the Robert Dunn stable.
A minor winner from Extra BG in Kotare Yalta, is the dam of another big winner in Kotare Roland (1:54.7 m.r., 1720m, Aust, 20 wins & $226,945).
Extra BG is also the dam of Kotare Yoyo, who left a smart winner in Kotare Yaakov (1:59, eight wins), while another from Extra BG in Kotare Yangtze is the unraced Falcon Seelster dam of Biella Star (1:59.9, eight wins & $85,597), Kotare Casino (four wins), Kotare Mahal (1:58.4, mile rate, 2000m, six wins from 21 starts for $46,425) and Kotare Mahdi (1:57.1, 10 wins & $58,803).
This also the family of big International performer Fake Denario (1:48.4 US, former Aust. Breeders Crown champ & winner of $780,780); Grinaldi (1:57.3 m.r, 2200m, 10 wins); and Play More (1:52.2, US, 43 wins & $217,783).