Victory in the World's Oldest Classic enhanced the 3-year-old colt's impressive CV, adding a Classic triumph to prior wins in the Queen's Vase at Royal Ascot, and the Grand Prix de Paris at ParisLongchamp.
His stamina and resolute attitude to be denied, enabled him to see out the mile and six furlongs of the St Leger, however Aidan O'Brien has since discussed that Ryan Moore has suggested that he may be more effective over shorter distances.
Speaking in an interview following the race, O'Brien said: "I said that (he could be a Cup horse) to Ryan and he kind of thought that maybe he wouldn't have to do that, that he wouldn't have to go Cup trips. He'd have no problem doing it, but Ryan didn't think he'd have to."
"He could be (an Arc horse), he could be anything like that.
"We were delighted. We were very happy throughout the race and I think everything went fair enough.
"He's a solid horse and always has been. A very solid, uncomplicated horse."
Due to the tight schedule on Saturday, with key events spanning across the day, Moore and O'Brien had to immediately rush to Leopardstown following their Leger win, with connections heading to Ireland to see Saxon Warrior in Irish Champions Stakes. He was narrowly denied once again, by the mightly impressive Roaring Lion, who is Timeform's highest rated 3-year-old in training.
He continued by saying: "I was watching it on the big screen and there was a lot happening, we had to get out of there very quickly!
"We didn't get a chance to look at any replays.
"We got a helicopter from Doncaster to Doncaster airport, then a plane from Doncaster airport to Dublin and a helicopter from Dublin to Leopardstown.
"We're delighted that everyone gave us a chance to get there and we appreciate it."