Frankel sent the pulses racing at Glorious Goodwood on Wednesday as the superstar powered to another Group One success in the Sussex Stakes.
The world’s best racechorse stretched his unbeaten record to twelve with a facile success in the contest and fans who had backed him at 1/20 were never left in any doubt as he stretched clear for a six length success.
Sir Henry Cecil’s colt had Farhh and Frankie Dettori behind in a distant second and delighted winning jockey Tom Queally explained: "Every moment spent on his back is a special moment and today was no different. He's amazing, he had all the other horses cooked just after halfway and it was a nice prep for his next race.
"He's a class apart from anything else at the moment, he does it all very easily therefore I have a very easy job, all I have to do is steer.
"These are magic moments and it's great to be part of it."
Meanwhile, Teddy Grimthorpe, owner Khalid Abdullah's racing manager, said: "It was set up really, really well. Bullet Train went a nice gallop for him and he just increased when he needed to.
"Tom let him roll down the hill and then let out a few inches of rein, then he just quickened as he does which is so fantastic - he put it to bed in a few strides, which is him.
"It's a pleasure to watch him. He's much more mature, both mentally and physically."