Dream Of Dreams represents every value and method trainer Sir Michael Stoute invests in his horses.
The veteran boss has invested patience in almost all of his horses over the years, and his philosophy has certainly paid off with the likes of Crystal Ocean - who landed his first Group One in the Prince Of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot last month.
Another progressing individual is Dream Of Dreams - owned by Saeed Suhail, who produced a career best when finishing a neck-second to Blue Point in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes.
The five-year-old made up a tremendous amount of ground that day operating similar tactics as usual, and came within inches of landing a hat-trick of victories, but for the brave and gamely Godolphin colt who just held on.
Dream Of Dreams won on his two starts beforehand at Chelmsford and Windsor, and is back in action - remaining at the top grade, in the Group One Darley July Cup at Newmarket on Saturday.
He does have form to correct at the course, but should be a lively player now he has reached his full potential, from stall number one.