The world's greatest racehorse stormed home in the Sussex Stakes to take the £300,000 prize.
Frankel is only the second horse to ever win seven consecutive Group One races. The last to do so was Rock of Gibraltar in 2002.
Jockey Tom Queally said: “Every moment spent on Frankel’s back is a special moment.
“He is amazing and had all the others cooked at halfway. It was a nice prep for his next race. He is a class apart from any other horse around and does it all very easily. Therefore I have a very easy job.
"All I need to do is steer him. These are magic moments, and it’s great to be a part of it.
“Turning into the straight, I slipped him an inch of rein. You don’t have to do much on him. He’s so competitive and he has a will to win like no other horse I’ve ridden.”