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unknown artist Jockey and Racehorse: he in black cap, blue jacket, pink waistcoat and white breeches; the horse, sponged black with purple saddle cloth (reins missing)
unknown artist, (Scottish Pearlware)
Jockey and Racehorse: he in black cap, blue jacket, pink waistcoat and white breeches; the horse, sponged black with purple saddle cloth (reins missing)
1830
James Pollard Epsom Races: The Race Over
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
Epsom Races: The Race Over
1834 to 1835
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse with Jockey Up: walking to the left; jockey in buff-yellow jacket
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse with Jockey Up: walking to the left; jockey in buff-yellow jacket
ca. 1730
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Red Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing white sweat covers on head, neck and body
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Red Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing white sweat covers on head, neck and body
ca. 1730
John Willis Good Before the Race
John Willis Good, 1845–1879, British
Before the Race
1875
John R. Skeaping Ackermann-Skeaping Trophy
John R. Skeaping, 1901–1980, British
Ackermann-Skeaping Trophy
undated, between 1960 and 1980
John R. Skeaping Turning to Go Down
John R. Skeaping, 1901–1980, British
Turning to Go Down
1976
Henry Bernard Chalon Quiz, After His Last Race at Newmarket
Henry Bernard Chalon, 1771–1849, British
Quiz, After His Last Race at Newmarket
1807
Thomas Smith of Derby Borlase Cokayne as a Boy riding Sultana
Thomas Smith of Derby, ca. 1720–1767, British
Borlase Cokayne as a Boy riding Sultana
1751
John Willis Good After the Race
John Willis Good, 1845–1879, British
After the Race
1875
John R. Skeaping Lester Piggott
John R. Skeaping, 1901–1980, British
Lester Piggott
1977
John R. Skeaping The York Trophy
John R. Skeaping, 1901–1980, British
The York Trophy
1977
Henry Thomas Alken Scenes from a Steeplechase: The Winner
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Scenes from a Steeplechase: The Winner
ca. 1845
Sir Alfred J. Munnings John Hay Whitney's Royal Minstrel, with Joe Childs up
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
John Hay Whitney's Royal Minstrel, with Joe Childs up
ca. 1929
James Pollard The Derby Pets: The Winner
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
The Derby Pets: The Winner
between 1840 and 1842
George Stubbs Turf, with Jockey up, at Newmarket
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Turf, with Jockey up, at Newmarket
ca. 1766
Benjamin Marshall The Jockey Frank Buckle, the Owner-Breeder John Wastell, his Trainer Robert Robson, and a Stable-lad
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
The Jockey Frank Buckle, the Owner-Breeder John Wastell, his Trainer Robert Robson, and a Stable-lad
1802
Sir Alfred J. Munnings The Pink Jockey
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
The Pink Jockey
ca. 1950
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Black Speck at Druid's Lodge
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Black Speck at Druid's Lodge
1941
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Blue Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing blue sweat cover and saddle-cloth edged with gold
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Racehorse Exercised by a Trainer in a Blue Coat: galloping to the left, the horse wearing blue sweat cover and saddle-cloth edged with gold
ca. 1730
William J. Shayer Steeplechasing: At the Start
William J. Shayer, 1811–c.1885, British
Steeplechasing: At the Start
1869
Sir Alfred J. Munnings The Saddling Paddock, Cheltenham March Meeting (sketch)
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
The Saddling Paddock, Cheltenham March Meeting (sketch)
ca. 1947
George Garrard Portrait of a Racehorse, Possibly Disguise, the Property of the Duke of Hamilton, with Jockey Up
George Garrard, 1760–1826, British
Portrait of a Racehorse, Possibly Disguise, the Property of the Duke of Hamilton, with Jockey Up
1786
Sir Alfred J. Munnings Going Out
Sir Alfred J. Munnings, 1878–1959, British
Going Out
1932
James Seymour Old Fox held by a Groom
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Old Fox held by a Groom
1721
James Seymour One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Horse (? Old Partner) held by a Groom: standing facing right, wearing blue saddle-cloth edged with gold; the groom in blue...
Attributed to James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Horse (? Old Partner) held by a Groom: standing facing right, wearing blue saddle-cloth edged with gold; the groom in blue..
ca. 1730
William J. Shayer Steeplechasing: The Hurdle
William J. Shayer, 1811–c.1885, British
Steeplechasing: The Hurdle
1869
William J. Shayer Steeplechasing: The Brook
William J. Shayer, 1811–c.1885, British
Steeplechasing: The Brook
1869
Abraham Cooper 'Elis' at Doncaster, Ridden by John Day, with his Van in the Background
Abraham Cooper, 1787–1868, British
'Elis' at Doncaster, Ridden by John Day, with his Van in the Background
between 1836 and 1837
Benjamin Marshall Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up
Benjamin Marshall, 1768–1835, British
Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up
1799
Harry Hall 'Crucifix' with John Day Up
Harry Hall, 1838–1886, British
'Crucifix' with John Day Up
1840 to 1841
John Frederick Herring Memnon, with William Scott Up
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
Memnon, with William Scott Up
1825
George Stubbs Studies for or after "The third Duke of Richmond with the Charleton Hunt"
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Studies for or after "The third Duke of Richmond with the Charleton Hunt"
late 1750s
Harry Hall Sir Tatton Sykes Leading in the Horse 'Sir Tatton Sykes' with William Scott Up
Harry Hall, 1838–1886, British
Sir Tatton Sykes Leading in the Horse 'Sir Tatton Sykes' with William Scott Up
1846
Henry Thomas Alken Scenes from a steeplechase: Taking a Hedge
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Scenes from a steeplechase: Taking a Hedge
ca. 1845
John R. Skeaping Under Pressure
John R. Skeaping, 1901–1980, British
Under Pressure
undated, between 1960 and 1980
Henry Thomas Alken Horse and Rider seen from the Rear
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Horse and Rider seen from the Rear
undated
Hablot Knight Browne A Man in an enclosed Carriage being pulled by a Horse with a Rider
Hablot Knight Browne, 1815–1882, British
A Man in an enclosed Carriage being pulled by a Horse with a Rider
undated
John Leech A Jockey-Cart
John Leech, 1817–1864, British
A Jockey-Cart
undated
James Seymour Racehorse at Exercise, Ridden by a Training-Groom
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Racehorse at Exercise, Ridden by a Training-Groom
undated
unknown artist Sketch of a Jockey and an Owner Toasting
unknown artist
Sketch of a Jockey and an Owner Toasting
undated
George Alken Exercising a Racehorse
George Alken, 1794–active 1837, British
Exercising a Racehorse
undated
James Seymour Victorious, with Jockey Up
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Victorious, with Jockey Up
undated
James Seymour Sloven, with Jockey Up, Galloping to Right
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Sloven, with Jockey Up, Galloping to Right
undated
James Seymour Racehorse with Jockey Up: the Jockey Holds a Whip in His Teeth
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Racehorse with Jockey Up: the Jockey Holds a Whip in His Teeth
undated
James Seymour Whitefoot at Exercise: Hooded and Rugged, Jockey up, Walking to Left
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Whitefoot at Exercise: Hooded and Rugged, Jockey up, Walking to Left
undated
James Seymour "Panton's Doctor": With Jockey Up, Walking to Left
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
"Panton's Doctor": With Jockey Up, Walking to Left
undated
James Seymour Study of a Mounted Jockey, Facing Left, June 3rd, 1744
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Study of a Mounted Jockey, Facing Left, June 3rd, 1744
1744
James Seymour Victorious
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Victorious
undated
Henry Thomas Alken "Scraps", No. 15: Racehorse with Jockey Up, Two Men Discussing the Horse
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
"Scraps", No. 15: Racehorse with Jockey Up, Two Men Discussing the Horse
1823
James Seymour Kindly, with Jockey Up
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Kindly, with Jockey Up
undated
James Seymour Lord Godolphin's White Foot, a Very Famous Horse That Was Never Beat
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Lord Godolphin's White Foot, a Very Famous Horse That Was Never Beat
undated
Joseph Crawhall Barnett Fair, putting him through his paces
Joseph Crawhall, 1861–1913, British
Barnett Fair, putting him through his paces
1896
James Seymour Flying Childers at Exercise: Hooded and Rugged, with Jockey Up, Galloping Up, Galloping to Left
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Flying Childers at Exercise: Hooded and Rugged, with Jockey Up, Galloping Up, Galloping to Left
undated
James Seymour Racehorse at Exercise, Ridden by a Training-Groom
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Racehorse at Exercise, Ridden by a Training-Groom
undated
James Gillray Doublûres of Characters; - or - Striking Resemblance in Phisiognomy
James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
Doublûres of Characters; - or - Striking Resemblance in Phisiognomy
1798
Liborio Prosperi Vanity Fair: Jockeys; 'Mr. Abington', Abington Baird, October 6, 1888
Liborio Prosperi, 1854–1928, Italian
Vanity Fair: Jockeys; 'Mr. Abington', Abington Baird, October 6, 1888
1888
James Seymour Racehorse at Exercise, Ridden by a Training-Groom
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Racehorse at Exercise, Ridden by a Training-Groom
undated
James Seymour The Famous Childers
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
The Famous Childers
undated
James Seymour Studies of a Jockey Whipping-On
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Studies of a Jockey Whipping-On
undated
James Seymour 'True Blue Beat by Whitefoot': Galloping to Left, with Jockey Up Whipping-On
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
'True Blue Beat by Whitefoot': Galloping to Left, with Jockey Up Whipping-On
undated
James Seymour Foxhunter, with Jockey Up
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Foxhunter, with Jockey Up
undated
James Seymour Racehorse with Jockey Up: Galloping, Seen from the Near-Side; the Jockey Holds a Switch
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Racehorse with Jockey Up: Galloping, Seen from the Near-Side; the Jockey Holds a Switch
undated
James Seymour Conqueror Going to Start
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
Conqueror Going to Start
undated
Henry Thomas Alken Symptoms: of to be Sold, of Despair, of Who is There, of Sold and Had Him a Week
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Symptoms: of to be Sold, of Despair, of Who is There, of Sold and Had Him a Week
between 1818 and 1822
James Seymour "Fearnought Going to Run Against The D: of Devon: Smart"
James Seymour, 1702–1752, British
"Fearnought Going to Run Against The D: of Devon: Smart"
undated
John R. Skeaping One of Burch's
John R. Skeaping, 1901–1980, British
One of Burch's
1974
Lewis Morley Jean Shrimpton and Chris Powell, Racecourse Fashion for 'Go!'
Lewis Morley, 1925–2013, British
Jean Shrimpton and Chris Powell, Racecourse Fashion for 'Go!'
1961
Lewis Morley Jean Shrimpton and Chris Powell, Racecourse Fashion for 'Go!'
Lewis Morley, 1925–2013, British
Jean Shrimpton and Chris Powell, Racecourse Fashion for 'Go!'
1961
John Leech Caricature of the County Yorkshire
John Leech, 1817–1864, British
Caricature of the County Yorkshire
undated
Peter Biegel Studies at the Start
Peter Biegel, 1913–1988, British
Studies at the Start
undated