The Delago Broms are proving to be the model of consistency with Maryann Thexton’s Delago Pilli scoring confidently at the Gold Coast on Saturday (7 November), while L’abaine just missed out on scoring his second win on the trot when second over 1200m at Morphettville.
Bred by Roycevale Thoroughbred Farm and out of the Grand Lodge mare, Pillion, Delago Pilli is the great grandson of Sandown Guineas-G2 winner Blixen.
Delago Pilli has now raced on seven occasions for two wins and three placings.
Meanwhile, on Sunday, the sons and daughters of Delago Brom were to the fore when Rondanini just missed out on doubling up her Seymour win 10 days earlier after grabbing a neck second over 2000m at Ararat and, best of all, Ecstatic Macau added even more black type to the shelf with a third in the Autumn Trophy-G3 at Taipa (Macau).
Since his brilliant second in the Macau Derby-G1 in March, Ecstatic Macau was second in the Summer Trophy-G3 and has won three races in the region.