Grand Dam - Fair Salinia Champion filly  Born in 1975 and died in 1998. She was a very sound horse all her lifetime.
Fair Salinia was the first Classic horse for trainer Sir Michael Stoute. She showned plenty of speed. She used to train together with Top Sprinter Vaigly Great. Fair Salinia won the Epsom Oaks  (the 200th) , Irish Oaks and Yorkshire Oaks and was the 1st filly in history to win all 3 Oaks!
Although Fair Salinia stayed 12 furlongs, there are plenty of speed in the family, many of her off springs did run on shorter distances, which was also the case for Reliable Man´s dam, On Fair Stage. Not before John Oxx reduced her distance down to 1600 meter, she won with ease a Listed race even of the fact that she could only breath on one nostril due to sinus surgeries.

DALAKHANI Horse of the Year & Champion 3YO in Europe in 2003. Champion 3YO Stayer in France in 2003. 8 wins-3 at 2-from 1400m to 2400m, €2,195,464, Chantilly Prix du Jockey Club, Gr.1, Longchamp Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, Gr.1, Prix Lupin, Gr.1, Saint-Cloud Criterium International, Gr.1, Longchamp Prix Greffulhe, Gr.2, Prix Niel, Gr.2, Prix des Chenes, Gr.3, Deauville Prix du Pre d'Auge, 2d Irish Derby, Gr.1. He entered stud in Ireland in 2004. He entered stud in Aust. in 2013. His oldest Aust.-bred progeny are foals. Second on the GB/Ire. Sire List (AEI) in 2009. Sire of 477 progeny to race, 275 winners (57.0%), earnings of over $28 million, 37 stakes winners, 26 stakes placegetters, inc.

Pedigree update 26th of December 2014: I´m Imposing wins for the 2nd time the Summer Cup at Royal Randwick, Sydney, a Group 3 over 2000 meter.
In 2015, I´M Imposing runs also 3rd in the Grou 1, Doomben Cub, Australia