Despite winning the Cheltenham Gold Cup for the first time in 2006 with War Of Attrition, it's Don Cossack's success in 2016 that will stand out above the rest.
German-bred, the now-twelve-year-old was never seen again after his victory in the Festival showpiece after a career plagued by injury.
Far more consistent in Ireland than in Britain, he fell in the RSA Chase as a novice, along with the same outcome later on in his career in the King George of 2015 won by Cue Card.
Of his victories in the UK, the overall-five-time Grade One winner was ruthless at Aintree when beating the latter by almost a thirty-length margin, before his memorable success on Prestbury Park three months later.
Things may have been different if Colin Tizzard's stablestar had stood up from three-out, but the Don showed relentless stamina up the Cheltenham hill to prevail ahead of old foe Djakadam.
One of the elites.