However, there was no competition for the filly as she was the sole runner in the race.
Conditions allow for a horse to contest a race solo if it is a lead-up to an interstate series such as the Breeders Crown and trainertook full advantage of the conditions.
Barynya was driven bywho ensured the effort was nothing more than a casual workout with the filly producing a mile rate of 2,10.1 over the 2200 metre trip.
Barynya will head to Melbourne within a fortnight to prepare for her semi-final in which she will probably start favourite.
The filly won the Tasmanian and Victorian Oaks before tackling the Vicbred Super Series in which she won a semi-final and started favourite in the final only to meet interference and finish out of a place.
By Peter Staples