Vo Rogue, arguably the most popular racing horse of the modern era, has died at the age of 28.
The dominant horse in an era of champions, won 26 races between 1986 and 1991, many of them at a weight-for-age, reports The Courier Mail.
Vo Rogue won two Australian Cups, was second in two, and won the Manikato Stakes, Orr Stakes (twice), St George Stakes (twice), Futurity Stakes, Winfield Stakes (Perth) and Turnbull Stakes.
He was trained by battler Vic Rail, who died in 1994 after succumbing to the Hendra virus.
Vo Rogue, who was never washed or shod, consistently out-ran champions Better loosen Up and Super Impose in an 83 start career. (ANI)