By Andy Sambidge
World's best racehorse dominates rivals in the Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood
Saudi-owned Frankel, the world's best racehorse, on Wednesday extended his unbeaten streak by winning the Sussex Stakes at Glorious Goodwood.
The four-year-old colt, owned by Saudi Prince Khalid Abdullah, has now won 12 consecutive races with a career prize money pot of more than £1.5m.
Frankel, who went off at odds of 1-20, dominated the Group 1 race.
Frankel defended his title in fine style to become the first horse ever to win the Goodwood Group 1 twice.
Rated 140, the colt is the finest racehorse on the planet and underlined that crown with a stunning display over a mile on the Downs
Rated the best racehorse in the world by the British Horseracing Authority, Frankel is trained by Henry Cecil and sired by Derby winner Galileo.