Firstly, one of the stories off the Ebor meeting came on the first day when Pyledriver for trainer William Muir bounced back from a nothing run in the Derby to bolt up in the Group Two Great Voltigeur.
The three year old has been shining light for the yard this term, winning the Group Two King Edward VII Stakes and now taking Group Two glory at York.
What made the performance extra special was two reasons, the first being how easy and the length of distance he went away from the field.
But, the best of them is this horse could not even be sold for £10,000 and he has gone on to run a field into submission that held two horses that both cost over £3 million each.
He looks next heading for the St Leger and he has to be one of the stand out chances.