A self-navigated radial 4D-PC sequence is presented for accelerated ECG-free 4D flow measurements in the murine aortic arch. Self-navigation signals were extracted from the radial DC signal and used for retrospective motion synchronization. 3D-Cines with 30 frames were reconstructed with a spatial resolution of 100 µm. The volume flow was determined at 4 2D slices extracted from the 3D dataset and the 3D flow was visualized with streamlines. The results are in good accordance with results reported for ECG-triggered measurements. The new method yields high potential for preclinical studies of hemodynamics and can also be transferred to applications in humans.