Trophy display at Ascot
Four of the world's oldest and most famous sporting trophies will be shown in a special exhibition at Ascot on QIPCO British Champions Day.
The FA Cup, Ashes urn, Rugby League Challenge Cup and Calcutta Cup will be displayed together for the first time in nearly 60 years on October 19 alongside such other famous sporting trophies and mementos as the Jules Rimet Trophy, for the World Cup, won by the England football team in 1966 at Wembley.
The Sid Waddell Trophy won by world darts champion Phil Taylor in 2013, the World Snooker Championship Trophy won five times by Ronnie O'Sullivan and the European Player of the Year Award won by Michael Owen in 2001, along with his Premier League Golden Boot awards, are other highlights.
Tony McCoy's 2010 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Award as well as the trophies for champion jockey and trainer for both the jumps and flat will also be on display.
Nine of the most famous trophies won by Frankel during his unbeaten career, along with his Cartier Horse of the Year Awards, also play their part with the silver salver to be presented to the winner of the 2013 Champion Stakes in the exhibit.