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Racehorses Collection

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Jim Pike, Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap

Jim Pike, Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap
James Edward (Jim) Pike (1892-1969), Australian jockey, on his horse, Phar Lap (1926-1932). circa 1931-1932

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Hon Dorothy Paget with her horse, Golden Miller

Hon Dorothy Paget with her horse, Golden Miller
Hon Dorothy Wyndham Paget (1905-1960) with her champion racehorse, Golden Miller (1927-1957). Date: circa 1930s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Charlie Smirke, British jockey, on Mahmoud

Charlie Smirke, British jockey, on Mahmoud
Charlie Smirke (1906-1993), British jockey, on the Aga Khans horse, Mahmoud. Date: circa 1936

Background imageRacehorses Collection: St. Leger Winner

St. Leger Winner
Albert Primrose, Lord Rosebery (1882-1974), previously styled Lord Dalmeny, leading his racehorse Sandwich after its St. Leger win. The jockey is Harry Wragg (1902-1985). Date: 1931

Background imageRacehorses Collection: View of paddock and grandstand, Newbury racecourse

View of paddock and grandstand, Newbury racecourse. Date: circa 1910

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Piastoon, Australian race horse

Piastoon, Australian race horse, owned by R H Edkins, trainer E Fisher. Winner of seven races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Racehorses exercising in the snow, Staffordshire, England

Racehorses exercising in the snow, Staffordshire, England
Silhouette of racehorses with their riders out for exercise on a snowy winters morning near Lichfield, Staffordshire, England. First Published The Times Date: 1988

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Hyperion in the Paddock

Hyperion in the Paddock
The racehorse Hyperion, winner of the Derby in a record time of 2 minutes 34 seconds. In the foreground are Cicely Lambton (1882-1972), wife of trainer George Lambton, and Mr Oswood, the head lad

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Camille Clifford at Stable

Camille Clifford at Stable
Camille Clifford (1885-1971) the stage actress, and model for the Gibson girl illustrations, whose married name was Evans. She owned racehorses, and is here seen visiting a stable in Epsom. Date: 1933

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Ascot Scenes

Ascot Scenes
Reproductions of paintings by Charles Simpson (1885-1971) depicting scenes at Ascot on the race course and in the paddock. Date: 1930s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Tom Walls and Horse

Tom Walls and Horse
Actor and horse owner/trainer Tom Walls (1883-1949) was well known for his appearances in Aldwych farces. Here he is pictured with his horse April the Fifth, victorious at this year's Derby

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Eclipse

The Racehorse Eclipse
Reproduction of a painting by George Stubbs (1724-1806) of the racehorse Eclipse (1764-1789). Eclipse was an undefeated thoroughbred who won 18 races and went on to become a successful sire

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Horse at a Tea Party

Horse at a Tea Party
Grand National winner Forbra enjoying a spot of high tea, courtesy of trainer Tom Rimell and family. Date: 1932

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Horserace Action

Horserace Action
Reproduction of a painting by Louis Malespina (1874-1940) showing the action of a horserace. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Horses Neck-and-Neck

Horses Neck-and-Neck
Reproduction of a painting by Louis Malespina (1874-1940) showing vying racehorses. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Pretty Polly, Racehorse

Pretty Polly, Racehorse
Pretty Polly, recently deceased at the age of 30, won over £37, 000 in her racing career, and achieved 22 victories. Date: circa 1931

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Xandover

The Racehorse Xandover, a recent winner at Newmarket, being ridden by jockey Edward Charlie Elliott. Date: 1931

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Tom Pinch, Racehorse

Tom Pinch, Racehorse
The racehorse Tom Pinch, winner of several races in 1924. Also pictured are jockey George Archibald (1890-1927) and owner Lord Woolavington (1849-1935). Date: circa 1924

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Parth

The Racehorse Parth
Parth was foaled in 1920 and best known for winning the 1923 Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe. Date: circa 1925

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Chosroes

The Racehorse Chosroes
The racehorse Chosroes, winner of the Manchester Cup and Hardwicke Stakes in 1924. Also pictured are owner Admiral Sir Hedworth Meux (1856-1929)

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Sierra Leone, the Racehorse

Sierra Leone, the Racehorse
Racehorse Sierra Leone had achieved a run of seven races without being unplaced. Also pictured are owner Edward Stanley, Lord Derby (1865-1948), jockey Tommy Weston(1902-1981) and the Hon

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Scherzo

The Racehorse Scherzo
The racehorse Scherzo with jockey Charlie Elliott (1904-1979). Also pictured are Scherzo's owner Captain J Fielden, and trainer O. Bell. Date: circa 1925

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Zionist

The Racehorse Zionist, being ridden by jockey Victor Smyth (1901-1984). Also pictured are Zionist's owner the Aga Khan III (1877-1957), and trainer Richard C. Dawson (1865-1955). Date: circa 1925

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Pharos, the Racehorse

Pharos, the Racehorse
The racehorse Pharos, owned by Lord Derby, had won four of his seven races in the previous season. Date: circa 1925

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Manna, a Racehorse

Manna, a Racehorse
The Racehorse Manna (1922-1939) ran eight times and won four races in 1924 and 1925. He went on to have a succesful stud career. Also pictured are his owner Henry E

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Twelve Pointer, ridden by Bernard Carslake

Twelve Pointer, ridden by Bernard Carslake
The racehorse Twelve Pointer, with jockey Bernard Brownie Carslake (1886-1941) in the saddle. Date: circa 1925

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Tetrarch, a Racehorse

The Tetrarch, a Racehorse
The Tetrarch (1911-1935), also known as Spotted Wonder, was a celebrated thoroughbred racehorse. Undefeated in his racing career, he was retired to stud in 1913. Date: circa 1925

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Racehorse Saucy Sue

Racehorse Saucy Sue, a recent winner at Goodwood. Also pictured are her owner Waldorf Astor, 2nd Viscount Astor (1879-1952) and trainer Alec Taylor Jr (1862-1943). Date: 1924

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Racehorse Scullion

Racehorse Scullion
The Racehorse Scullion, his owner George Hardy, and trainer Captain Thomas Hogg (1879-1942). Date: circa 1924

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Lewes Stable and Owner G. Poole

Lewes Stable and Owner G. Poole
Scenes from Lewes Stable, owned by G. Poole, who is pictured in one of the images. Also shown are champion jockey L. B. Rees and racehorse Ned Carver. Date: circa 1924

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Racehorse Massine

The Racehorse Massine
Thoroughbred racehorse Massine, winner of the Ascot Gold Cup. Pictured below are owner Henri Ternynck and trainer Elijah Cunnington. Date: 1924

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Auteuil

Auteuil
Oil painting showing a bunch of racehorses jumping over an obstacle at blistering pace, using a blurred effect. The venue of this race is Auteuil Hippodrome, on Route des Lacs

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Record Newmarket Sales - Flair sold for 15, 000 guineas

Record Newmarket Sales - Flair sold for 15, 000 guineas
Thoroughbred racehorses for Newmarket recently bought and sold by various enthusiasts. Most came from the stable of the late Sir Daniel Cooper, with Flair, bought by Sir Frederick Stern. 1909

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Finish by H. M. Bateman

The Finish by H. M. Bateman
The Judges Nightmare - The Finish. Horses and jockeys finish a race with a dead heat. Date: 1927

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Gothic, Australian race horse

Gothic, Australian race horse, owned bys Green, trainer L Robertson. Winner of two races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Heroic, Australian race horse

Heroic, Australian race horse, owned by C B Kellow, trainer J Holt. Winner of 21 races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Pilliewinkie, Australian race horse

Pilliewinkie, Australian race horse, owned by Sir Samuel Hordern, trainer J Scobie. Winner of 14 races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Bacchus, Australian race horse

Bacchus, Australian race horse, owned and trained by W Kelso. Winner of three races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Valcaire, Australian race horse

Valcaire, Australian race horse, won seven races as a three-year-old and two more as a four-year-old. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Pantheon, Australian race horse

Pantheon, Australian race horse, owned by J E and C H Brien, trainer F Williams. Winner of eight races in England and Australia. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Trivalve, Australian race horse

Trivalve, Australian race horse, owned by E E D Clarke, trainer J Scobie. Winner of the Melbourne Cup, the AJC Derby and the Victoria Derby. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: The Hawk, Australian race horse

The Hawk, Australian race horse, owned and trained by J M Cameron. Winner of 25 races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Royal Charter, Australian race horse

Royal Charter, Australian race horse, owned by J M Niall, trainer J Holt. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Windbag, Australian race horse

Windbag, Australian race horse, owned by R Miller, trainer G Price. Won the Melbourne Cup in 1925. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Textile, Australian race horse

Textile, Australian race horse, owned by C G Brown, trainer J O Dwyer. Winner of the Caulfield Cup in 1927. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Gloaming, Australian race horse

Gloaming, Australian race horse, owned by G D Greenwood. winner of 57 races. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Amounis, Australian race horse

Amounis, Australian race horse, owned by W Pearson, trainer F McGrath. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageRacehorses Collection: Vaals, Australian race horse

Vaals, Australian race horse, owned by E Moss, trainer F Williams. Winner of Epsom Handicap and Cantala Stakes in 1927. Date: circa late 1920s



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