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Tipster Collection

Background imageTipster Collection: The Tipster

The Tipster (1928). Luke, John 1906-1975. Date: 1928

Background imageTipster Collection: Flossie Beresford letter, racing tipster

Flossie Beresford letter, racing tipster

Background imageTipster Collection: Ras Prince Monolulu (1881 - 1965), real name Peter Carl Mackay (or McKay

Ras Prince Monolulu (1881 - 1965), real name Peter Carl Mackay (or McKay). From the Illustrated London News, 20th February 1965: Britains most colourful racehorse tipster is dead. Date: 1960s

Background imageTipster Collection: Take My Tip The one way to follow horses with success

Take My Tip The one way to follow horses with success
Take My Tip.. Theres only one way of following horses with any success... AND THIS IS IT! circa 1930s

Background imageTipster Collection: The Two thousand guineas winner: Bahram

The Two thousand guineas winner: Bahram
The Two Thousand Guineas winner: the Aga Khans horse Bahram, being ridden by Fred Fox at Newmarket, 1935. Racing tipster Ras Prince Monolulu can be seen in the background. Date: 1935

Background imageTipster Collection: Dan Bulger racehorse and Prince Monolulu at the races

Dan Bulger racehorse and Prince Monolulu at the races
Racehorse Dan Bulger with jockey on horseback, and Prince Monolulu, horseracing tipster, at the races. circa 1936

Background imageTipster Collection: Epsom Derby Day - Prince Monolulu - Tipster

Epsom Derby Day - Prince Monolulu - Tipster. Date: 1929

Background imageTipster Collection: Gentleman with his copy of The Winning Post

Gentleman with his copy of The Winning Post
Gentleman racegoer checking the days form (and racing gossip) in his copy of The Winning Post. The paper was run by Roberts Sievier, which he used to attack those he disliked on the turf. Date: 1907

Background imageTipster Collection: Gentleman holding up The Winning Post Paper

Gentleman holding up The Winning Post Paper
A jolly gentleman (" Sir Davy" Stephens of Kingstown)holding up a poster for The Winning Post run by Roberts Sievier. He used the publication to attack those he disliked on the turf

Background imageTipster Collection: The Winning Post and a Bottle of Port

The Winning Post and a Bottle of Port - " My word, what combinations!". The Winning Post was run by Roberts Sievier who mostly used the publication to attack those he disliked on the turf


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