BBC Sport reflects on Saturday's Champion Stakes at Ascot where Frankel stormed to his 14th consecutive win to bring his glorious career to an end.
The world's top-rated racehorse, trained by Sir Henry Cecil and ridden by Tom Queally, beat Cirrus Des Aigles by a length-and-three-quarters in his final race before being retired to stud.
Victory for the four-year-old colt took his career prize money to nearly £3m and he is set to command a fee of £100,000 a time at stud, leading to a £100m valuation.
In January 2013, Frankel officially became the highest-ever rated racehorse on the Flat after a review of global rankings.
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