The most powerful mare in Australia has done it again!
Winx remains the world's best-rated racehorse after he extended his unbeaten historic streak to 27 consecutive victories at Royal Randwick on Saturday afternoon.
The legendary mare was pursuing a record of George Main Stakes' third straight win, which was not easy.
Seven bodies behind the leader at 800m from the finish, Winx had her job done for her during the race before coming home in a final push to win by four lengths.
Rider Hugh Bowman greets the crowd after Winx's 27th consecutive win on Saturday
"She's just colossal," said Seven racing commentator Bruce McAvaney.
Winx broke the Australian record in his last race last month when he surpassed Black Caviar's 25 victories.
He took time off the track on Friday to celebrate his seventh birthday with a carrot and apple pie.
A happy photo shared in Winx social media accounts captured the lovely moment when the legendary mare received her birthday present.
Jockey High Bowman celebrated with his wife and daughter after the race
Australia's favorite racehorse Winx (pictured) took some time off the track on Friday to celebrate her seventh birthday with a carrot and apple pie
In the photo, you can see Winx nibbling at the cake while poking his head over one of the shoulders of his human, who is wearing a birthday hat.
The smart cake seemed to be made of sliced carrots with a layer of thinly sliced apples, complete with a golden Happy Birthday ornament.
The birthday girl's delighted fans took to the social networks to share her best wishes.
& # 39; Happy birthday, sweet girl! We love you! & # 39; One person wrote on Twitter.
& # 39; If we could all grow old so well! Happy birthday! & # 39; another person said.
A third person added: & # 39; Happy happy Bday beautiful lady. I will encourage you tomorrow.
Winx received the stamp of approval when a collection of stamps was launched (pictured) to celebrate its 26th consecutive triumph
Winx, who was previously known as Warwick Stakes, was the third horse to be inducted into the Australian Race Hall of Fame in 2017.
Longines' top-ranked horse received the stamp of approval when a collection of stamps was launched to celebrate his 26th consecutive victory last month.