Wonder horse Winx has become a national treasure in Australia and was one of the greatest turf horses to ever grace the track. Now she is retired, here is a look back at her glittering career.
Winx made her competitive debut in 2014, winning her first two races of the season.
The wonder-horse showed her true potential in 2015 with a win in one of Australia's most prestigious races, the Cox Plate. Ridden by Hugh Bowman, Winx raised eyebrows by beating an impressive field.
Winx secured back-to-back Cox Plate victories in 2016. She also claimed successive Australian Champion Racehorse of the Year awards.
Bowman secured a third successive Cox Plate win on Winx in 2017. The win helped retain her standing as the world's top-ranked turf horse.
Winx has extended her unbeaten run to 29 races and once again retained her top spot in the world rankings. The horse has not lost since April 2015.
Jockey Hugh Bowman celebrates after guiding Winx to her record fourth Cox Plate at Moonee Valley in Melbourne, her 29th straight victory of a remarkable career.
Winx was named the 2018 Longines Horse of the Year alongside Cracksman.