Young, up and coming trainer Olly Murphy has risen through the ranks over the past few years of national hunt racing and is now establishing himself firmly involved as one of the top trainers in Britain.
Tomorrow he takes 10 of his runners to Fakenham and this has cropped up as a coincidence after dominating this fixture last year with all of his runners.
Last season Murphy took nine runners to Fakenham and in no other way of explaining it, cleaned up. He went on to be involved in every race gaining four winners, two runner up finishes, a third place effort and two more fourths.
This on any day in a trainers day is a remarkable achievement but for Murphy at such a young stage in his training career it is what some say truly put his name on the map.
His horses are now feared when his name is seen next to there's on a race card, with the trainer doing a lot of his good work in mid week events ranging from Class five contests to Class 2.
Being such a new trainer means he has plenty of time to acquire the next level of horses that could see him turn into a frequent graded race winner.
Tomorrow he takes 10 runners to Fakenham and will be looking to do the same as he did at last year's meeting with runners in all but one of the contests.
It is something to take note of if betting or going to the meeting tomorrow as his record at the track speaks for itself. Also if going to the meeting you will need to check if the meeting is still going ahead with a seven o'clock inspection.
Olly Murphy is a trainer to be behind tomorrow if replicating what he did at this meeting just 12 months ago.