We will start with an obvious one - Samcro, mainly because he is being unfairly criticised recently.
A few rumours went around on Wednesday morning that he was not going to run in the Fighting Fifth at Newcastle on Saturday, gossip that trainer Gordon Elliott has since dismissed and laughed off. However, of late everyone seems to have ruled out Samcro going forward?
After being confirmed to stay over hurdles this season by his trainer instead of switching to fences, it was admittably, a disappointing reappearance for last year's star novice in the WKD Hurdle at Down Royal last month; who was beaten for the first time when standing up to his fences.
Samcro officially lost his unbeaten record at Punchestown when falling in the Irish Champion Hurdle three from the finish back in April, meaning his last win stretches back to Cheltenham in the Ballymore.
But everyone seems to have forgot the immense talent this horse possesses, nicknamed the second coming of Jesus, and the disappointment of losing his seven-race unbeaten record just proves how high his standards are.
Gordon will get him back to his best shortly for sure, making him a serious contender to Buveur D'Air - if not on Saturday, then to his Champion Hurdle crown.