Frankie Dettori was left amazed by Enable after riding to a record third King George triumph at Ascot.
The mare finished five and a half lengths clear of second-placed Sovereign and Japan, the only other runners in the event.
Sovereign took an early lead but Enable, ridden by Dettori and trained by John Gosden, comfortably made up the ground before easing to victory.
Dettori is now setting his sights on further success at the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe in October.
"I love her so much. Three King Georges, it has never been done before. Now we can go for the Arc," said the 49-year-old.
"I spoke to John at length this morning. I'm not going to break her stride. She is very versatile, and she's won easy.
"She's six – she's no spring chicken. To put up a performance like that is great. She's so consistent and I love her."
Gosden said the six-year-old's performance in winning a third King George since 2017 was no surprise.
"She's trained beautifully for this race and she is back in top order. We are thrilled with her and I was expecting to see that," he said.