Even Raymond Smith has been stunned by Feral Franky at times.
The Forbes trainer possesses the state's most popular greyhound right now and is building towards a crack at the Million Dollar Chase with the cult hero.
Feral Franky has won 15 of 18 starts since April.
Those results, which included a streak of nine successive wins, combined with his name and come-from-behind racing style has rocketed him to stardom.
"It's his will to win, his ability, his nature," Smith said.
"When you just don't think he can win, he does."
Feral Franky's run of success included two Group 1 victories and a win the dogs' State of Origin series.
A record-breaking performance at the Gunnedah in the regional final of the Million Dollar Chase sent Feral Franky through to the state semi-finals at Wentworth Park on October 11.
Victory in his semi would see Feral Franky move through to the Million Dollar Chase final, the richest greyhound race in the world.
He's raced regularly at the premier track before, as Raymond and Maree Smith have travelled to race all over the state and also in Melbourne and Brisbane.
Smith stated he's a good traveller, taking his place in the back seat and relaxing until they hit the traffic. He's quickly become the biggest star the Smiths have had in what is already a glittering training career.
The Smiths trained 2017 National Derby winner Big Daddy Bee and 2016 Golden Easter Egg runner-up Brad Hill Billy while they also owned 2004 NSW Greyhound of the Year, Irinka Barbie.