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Choose from 313 pictures in our Races 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.


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Another Derby Derby?

Caricatures of well known personalities of the turf caricatured by Mel before the Epsom Derby of 1928. Clockwise from top left - Sir Abe Bailey, owner of Advocate, Lord Dewar, owner of Sunny Trace, the champion jockey Gordon Richards in Lord Glanely's colours, Old Kate, Lord Lonsdale, the trainer Stanley Wootton, W. Jarvis, manager of the royal stables, Major Fetherstonhaugh, the Aga Khan, Lord Astor, the jockeys Joe Childs, Brownie Carslake and M. Beary, Solly Joel and his trainer, Walter Earl. Date: 1928

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Blind soldiers regatta at Putney, WW1

Blinded soldiers from St. Dunstan's home for blinded sailor and soldiers in Regent's Park, rowing in the boat they rowed to victory over the students of Westminster College. They won two races out of three. Previous to coaching for this regatta, none of the men had previously rowed before so their victory was all the more remarkable. A launch filled with other blind soldiers of St. Dunstan's and their friends followed the race with enthusiastic cheering. The victorious crew pictured are from left to right, Private Steele (2nd Scottish Rifles), Private Millegan (Irish Guards), Gunner Bates (RHA) and Corporal Pettitt (King's Royal Rifles). Date: 1915

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

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Herzogin Cecilie nearing Falmouth, Cornwall

The Herzogin Cecilie, a German four mast barque (Windjammer), named after German Crown Princess Duchess Cecilie of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1886-1954), nearing Falmouth, Cornwall, after one of her many races round the world. On her final race in 1936 she ran onto some rocks, was beached near Salcombe, and was gradually broken up by the waves. The remains are still on the seabed."

© Mary Evans Picture Library/ANDREW BESLEY