The superstar three year old took his form to a new level and created history for his trainer on Sunday by landing the Group One Prix du Jockey Club, seeing the handler take it for the first time in his career and making himself a dual French Classic winner.
At the end of his juvenile career he truly showed just how good he can be when taking the Group One Dewhurst Stakes at Newmarket, having finished a close third in the Vincent O'Brien National Stakes.
This season he picked up from where he left off by taking the Group One French 2000 Guineas on seasonal debut and then at the start of June on his first try at an extended trip he took to it superbly to land the French Derby.
Last time out he gave another superstar performance when taking on three smart runners in the Group One Coral Eclipse and went on to demolish the field.
He looks even better over 1m2f than a mile and if on song will be tough to beat, arguably being the horse of the season to date in this division.