10:37AM, Wednesday 17 October 2012
An artist who painted a picture of the world's greatest racehorse is to have his work on display at the animal's farewell event.
Frankel is preparing to take to the track at Ascot Racecourse on Saturday in what is likely to be the last time he will compete.
Terence Gilbert, from Rushington Avenue, Maidenhead, will have limited edition prints of his painting of the horse on display at the event.
The original piece of art will then be sold at a charity auction in November.
Watch a video of Frankel's most iconic moments by clicking here.
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