There is no better place to start than with the 2021 Epsom Derby winner Adayar, who was heavily backed before the off and then went on to take the event for Charlie Appleby, Godolphin and jockey Adam Kirby.
The son of Frankel has been seen five times now, finishing fourth on debut in October at Nottingham over 8.5 furlongs when looking to learn a lot for the experience.
He then went back over the same course and distance later that month and got of the mark for the first time in his career, taking the event by an impressive nine lengths.
Saved for this season he made his return in the Group Three Classic Trial at Sandown in April and finished a staying on second behind a nice type for William Haggas.
He was then stepped up in trip for the Listed Derby Trial at Lingfield and finished a fair second behind Third Realm who was better on the day.
With his form falling short this year, he was overlooked to begin with but the closer the race came the more that punters latched onto him and in the end he went on to win easily.
What next for the Derby winner? He has plenty of options with Royal Ascot probably coming too son, but now the big middle distance races like the Arc and Champion Stakes have to come into the picture.