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Choose from 290 pictures in our Jockey collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

A Guide to Paris by George Grossmith Featured Print

A Guide to Paris by George Grossmith

Promotional flyer for The Guide to Paris a modernised version of Offenbachs La Vie Parisienne adapted by George Grossmith. First produced a the Alhambra Theatre on 8th July /12. Front of four-page flyer for the Alhambra. English tourists, left; Sarah Bernhadt, right, in front of the jockey and behind the President of France (with a red sash). Date: circa 1912

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Captain William George 'Bay' Middleton Featured Print

Captain William George 'Bay' Middleton

Captain William George 'Bay' Middleton (1846-1892), noted English horseman and cross-country steeplechase rider. Killed in a riding accident during the Midland Sportsmen's Race at Kineton on 9th April 1892. Date: C.1890

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

1890, Bay, Captain, George, Historical, History, Horseman, Jockey, Middleton, Rider, William

The Derby 1923 by Cecil Aldin Featured Print

The Derby 1923 by Cecil Aldin

Leaving the post at the start of the Derby of 1923, a race famously won by Papyrus, owned by Mr B. Irish and ridden by Steve Donoghue. Other horses in this picture are: Bold and Bad belonging to Lord Astor (2), Apron owned by Sir Abe Bailey (3), Pharos owned by Lord Derby (4), Papyrus is 7, My Lord owned by Mr J. Joel, Ellangowan owned by Lord Rosebery (12), Twelve Pointer owned by the Duke of Westminster (13), Hurry Off, also owned by the Duke of Westminster (14), Town Guard, Lord Woolavington (16), Safety First belonging to Mr J. White, Topboot owned by Mr Foxhall Keene and Conova (20) belonging to Mr H. C. Sutton. Date: 1926

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans