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Frankel has been shortlisted as a possible first date for Australia's unbeaten mare Black Caviar.
The two highest-rated horses in the world last season could meet in the breeding sheds once time is called on the racing career of the Peter Moody-trained six-year-old.
Frankel signed off at Ascot on Saturday with an unblemished 14-win record, whereas Black Caviar is unbeaten in 22 starts.
"We would consider going to Frankel because he is clearly the best distance horse in the world," Black Caviar's co-owner, Neil Werrett, told The Age.
"There would have to be a few conditions that would have to be worked out to make it happen, but the two best horses in the world together - that would be something.
"I might be a little biased, but I would say he is the second best horse I have ever seen."