Roaring Lion and Enable would be the first of three hopeful partnerships at stud we would like to see in the near future.
Last year's champion three-year-old Roaring Lion found the Guineas took quick and the Derby too much, but established himself as one of all the all-time ten furlong greats.
John Gosden's grey colt won the Dante Stakes at York, before after Epsom taking the Coral Eclipse at Sandown, the Juddmonte International at York and the Irish Champion Stakes at Leopardstown.
With Cracksman occupying the Champion Stakes at Ascot, connections opted to bring him back to a mile for the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes, and the horse dually obliged showing off all his versatility.
They signed him off with a crack on the dirt in the Breeders Cup Classic at Churchill Downs, but Oisin Murphy preserved the horse's welfare well before the finish as the horse did not go a yard on the unique surface.
His profile will always centre on his achievements in Britain and Ireland, and a date with former stablemate Enable in the future would certainly be some development.
Together, their offspring would be somewhat of a middle distance specialist, given that Enable his bidding for a hat-trick of Arc's this season - which will surely bring the curtain down on her respective career.
Khalid Abdullah's star mare is expected to return in next week's Coral Eclipse at Sandown, looking to continue this outstanding winning sequence.
Also a winner of the Epsom, Irish and Yorkshire Oaks along with the King George and Breeders Cup Turf in her career, she is a world class horse and represents everything that is great about British racing.
She is an absolute superstar, one of the world's best, and her career will not stop when connections announce her inevitable retirement.
A meeting with Roaring Lion would certainly produce some highly-talented yearlings.