Tilly Bromac, a one-win Santanna Blue Chip half-sister to Tas Man Bromac (1:56.5), Trendy Bromac (1:54.6) and Taroona Bromac (1:55.7), is off the mark as a broodmare, leaving Baducci to win a 3YO pace at Parkes, NSW, on Saturday night.
Balducci ($2.30 second favourite), a colt by Mach Three and the first foal from Tilly Bromac, trailed hot favourite, Karloo Boudacious ($1.75), then dashed away with turning for home, winning by 8 metres in a 2:01.6 rate for the 2040m.
He had placed third at his previous two October starts for owner, Jenny Turnbull, and trainer, Amanda Turnbull, both in sub 1:59 rates over 1730m at Bathurst.
Balducci, bred by long-time Temuka enthusiasts, Ivan and Ann Behrnes, was secured by them in August 2017 at the end of her 24-start race career for Ashburton trainer, Simon Adlam.
Tilly Bromac's only win came on the grass at Waterlea for the Five Allenton Bowlers Syndicate, Simon Adlam and K McLeod.
TASMCMANIAN SON TAROONA BROMAC UNBEATEN IN WA
Meanwhile, Taroona Bromac stretched his unbeaten winning sequence to three at the Central Wheatbelt country track at Kellerberrin, on Sunday, October 27.
The former big Nigel McGrath-trained pacer also won three and was only once beaten in four NZ starts.
He's won his three WA starts at the Central Wheatbelt by a combined total of 58.4 metres for successful West Australaian trainers, Greg and Skye Bond.
Sunday's front-running win as a prohibitive $1.03 favourite was his shortest winning margin, but comfortable again, by 4.9 metres, rating 2:01.1 for the mobile 2130m. Taroona Bromac quickene over his last 800m in 57.5s an his last 400m in 28.8s.
Tasmcmanian (McArdle-Shy Devil), the dam of Taroona Bromac, former NZ 3YO record-holder Tas Man Bromac and Trendy Bromac, and grand-dam of Balcuddi, was exported to Australia last year.
She showed ability when first tried in North America by trainer Peter Walsh, but was unraced due to injrury.
Breeding-wise, she belongs to a huge-winning USA family, being 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 dam Shy Devil (p3, 1:53.6, 10 wins & $169,185) has also left fillies to have bred on, with Angaal leaving Little Brown Jug Final runner-up, Western Fame (p3, 1:50.2h).