Three-year-old filly Kin, a daughter of dual G1 winner Impending, made light work of the 1,100m trip and barrier 14 on Saturday, 8 July at Caulfield.
Drawing the widest barrier in the 14-horse field, Kin jumped evenly and settled in a three-wide position in the last group with apprentice Celen Gaudray opting to take a sit and swoop late, a tactic which proved too good.
Kin recorded a blistering time of 1:04.06 over the 1,100m trip in Race 7 where one race later in the G3 Sir John Monash Stakes (1,100m), winner Sigh posted a slower time of 1:04.14.
The fast daughter of Impending was ranked as the Saturday meeting's fastest last 600m, 400m and 200m sectional times.
Click here to view the sectional analysis of Race 7.
Click here to view the sectional analysis of Race 8, the G3 Sir John Monash Stakes.
Impending's yearlings have made up to $260,000 and the son of Lonhro will stand this season at Northwood Park for $8,800 (inc GST).