Not only is he the only horse in South America to make it into the top 50 of global rankings but that was as a sprinter and he has now, four months after his last G1 Sprint win, won over 2000m.
He achieved this latest victory in the G1 Gran Prix de Honor at Palermo on Saturday. The crowd went ballistic. In the words of our colleague Diego Mitagstein he is a horse "with class, with heart, with speed and now with stamina" and has become a "god" to the racing public.
He is proving to be the wonder-horse that the public have been longing for and there seems to be no limit to what he can do.