THE China Inner Mongolia Rider Horse Group, led Mr Lang Lin would have celebrated long into Saturday night after landing the A$3 million BMW Caulfield Cup with the Tasmanian-bred Mongolian Khan, who was sold as a $9,000 weanling, a NZ$140,000 yearling and finally as a $220,000 two-year-old at the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run Sale in 2013.

The four-year-old son of Holy Roman Emperor out of the Centaine mare Centafit, a full-sister to the 1994 Hong Kong Derby winner Super Fit, now stands unbeaten at 2,400 metres (one mile, four furlongs).