Jockey Frankie Dettori and trainer Aidan O'Brien - two of the racing world's great figures - have both reached the remarkable milestone of 75 winners at Royal Ascot on the second day of the celebrated festival.
Italian Dettori's success was something of a surprise on 22-1 shot Indie Angel in the Duke of Cambridge Stakes on Wednesday, while Love provided a much more expected triumph for all-conquering Irish trainer O'Brien in the Prince of Wales's Stakes as the 11-10 favourite.
Indie Angel, trained by John and Thady Gosden, was just what the doctor ordered for Dettori on the eve of going for a fourth consecutive win in the meeting's biggest race, the Ascot Gold Cup, aboard Stradivarius.
He is, though, taking nothing granted and knows what the two of them have to do.
"I'm not lying - I'm nervous. I'm not over-excited, I've got a job to do," said Dettori, who still has some way to go to reach Lester Piggott's haul of 116 wins at the Royal meeting.
Love made a successful seasonal reappearance for O'Brien, the dual Classic heroine back on a racecourse for the first time in 300 days, since completing a clean sweep of three 2020 victories when she added the Yorkshire Oaks to her 1000 Guineas and Oaks successes.
The 11-10 favourite Love made all under Ryan Moore to win by three-quarters of a length from Audarya, who was also having her first run since last year, with O'Brien's second-string Armory, second in last year's Cox Plate, coming home in third this time.
As ever, O'Brien showed his humility by playing down his role in the latest triumph for the all-conquering Ballydoyle operation.
"I'm in a very privileged position. I'm a small part of a big team and grateful to everybody for everything," he said.