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Horse Racing Collection

"Horse Racing: A Thrilling Journey Through Time and Cultures" Step back in time to witness the legendary Red Rum as he clears the last hurdle

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Red Rum clears the last on the way to winning the 1977 Grand National

Red Rum clears the last on the way to winning the 1977 Grand National
National Hunt Horse Racing - Aintree - Grand National 1977 Jockey Tommy Stack on Red Rum jumps the last fence before winning the race. It was Red Rums third and final Grand National victory

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Scobie Breasley on Santa Claus wins the Epsom Derby 1964

Scobie Breasley on Santa Claus wins the Epsom Derby 1964

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Famous racehorse Arkle looking over the shoulder of head lad Paddy Murray reading

Famous racehorse Arkle looking over the shoulder of head lad Paddy Murray reading the Sporting Life at the Dreaper stable. 17th November 1975

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Kauto Star & Denman

Kauto Star & Denman
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Paul Nicholls with Gold Cup entries Kauto Star (l) and Denman (r)

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Grandstand at Saratoga Race Course, NY State, USA

Grandstand at Saratoga Race Course, NY State, USA Date: 1906

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Kauto Star

Kauto Star
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Gold Cup entry Kauto Star

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Red Rum in the pub

Red Rum in the pub
The racehorse Red Rum and pub goers in the Public House Dover Castle in London 1979

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Horses racing and crowds, Goodwood Racecourse, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom

Horses racing and crowds, Goodwood Racecourse, West Sussex, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: The Palio, Siena, Italy

The Palio, Siena, Italy
The Palio - a spectacular (if rather dangerous for riders and spectators) horse race, run round the Piazza del Campo in Siena

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: The Darley Arabian, c1720, (1922)

The Darley Arabian, c1720, (1922). After John Wootton (c 1682?1764). From British Sporting Artists: From Barlow to Herring, by Walter Shaw Sparrow [John Lane The Bodley Head, Limited, London, 1922]

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Master Robert ridden by Bob Trudgill and trained by Aubrey Hastings

Master Robert ridden by Bob Trudgill and trained by Aubrey Hastings, seen here crossing the finishing post to win the 1924 Grand National. 29th March 1924 Planman - - 17/05/2010

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Red Rum after winning the Grand National

Red Rum after winning the Grand National
Red Rum, Grand National winning racehorse, with stable boy, Billy Ellison, 1973

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Denman & Kauto Star

Denman & Kauto Star
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Paul Nicholls with Gold Cup entries Kauto Star (right) and Denman (left)

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Gold Cup Day at Cheltenham, 1945

Gold Cup Day at Cheltenham, 1945
Farther West leading Red Rower, the eventual winner, round the course at Cheltenham on Gold Cup day. The Hack, going well, is lying third

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: The Blaydon Races - A Study from Life, 1903 (oil on canvas)

The Blaydon Races - A Study from Life, 1903 (oil on canvas)
TW426500 The Blaydon Races - A Study from Life, 1903 (oil on canvas) by Irving, William (1866-1943); 95x140 cm; Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Racehorse Foinavon, ridden by jockey John Buckingham on his way to win the Grand national

Racehorse Foinavon, ridden by jockey John Buckingham on his way to win the Grand national at Aintree, Liverpool despite being a rank outsider at odds of 100/1

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Newmarket Race Course, 1940

Newmarket Race Course, 1940. Racing in Newmarket was first recorded in the time of James I. Charles II was known to attend races on Newmarket Heath with his brother, the future James II

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Three jockeys fighting to come in first, front view

Three jockeys fighting to come in first, front view

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: The Derby at Epsom the suffragette incident Emily Davison The horse Anmer (owned

The Derby at Epsom the suffragette incident Emily Davison The horse Anmer (owned by the king) jockey H Jones

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Kauto Star with Paul Nicholls

Kauto Star with Paul Nicholls
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Paul Nicholls with Gold Cup entry Kauto Star

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Eclipse, a Dark Chestnut Racehorse held by a Groom, with a Jockey

Eclipse, a Dark Chestnut Racehorse held by a Groom, with a Jockey
652163 Eclipse, a Dark Chestnut Racehorse held by a Groom, with a Jockey, Possibly Jack Oakley, by the Rubbing Down House at Newmarket, 1770 (oil on canvas) by Stubbs

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Cart Before The Horse

Cart Before The Horse
An unusual harness race, with the driver facing backwards, takes place at Weequahic Park, Newark, New Jersey, 17th October 1928

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Cheltenham Racecourse Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960

Cheltenham Racecourse Station, Gloucestershire, c. 1960
A view of Cheltenham Racecourse station in Gloucestershire, c.1960. The station opened in 1912 to serve the racecourse and its famous Gold Cup on race days only

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Fred Archer

Fred Archer
FREDERICK JAMES ARCHER (1857 - 1886). Phenomenally successful jockey from the 1860s to the 1880s. Committed suicide after death of his wife, and owing to ill- health through excessive diet

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Nijinsky - 1970 Epsom Derby

Nijinsky - 1970 Epsom Derby
Horse Racing - Epsom Downs - 1970 Derby Lester Piggott on Nijinsky on the way to winning the race

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Grand National 1978, LUCIUS No9 and Bob Davies wins from SEBASTIAN V No23 R Lamb

Grand National 1978, LUCIUS No9 and Bob Davies wins from SEBASTIAN V No23 R Lamb and DRUMROAN No24 G Newman, Aintree, Liverpool, Saturday 1st April 1978

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Racing at Haydock Park. January 1948

Racing at Haydock Park. January 1948

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: KENTUCKY DERBY, 1901. The Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky

KENTUCKY DERBY, 1901. The Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville, Kentucky, on the day of the 1901 Kentucky Derby, 29 April 1901

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Her Majesty the Queen, the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret at Royal Ascot. 17th

Her Majesty the Queen, the Queen Mother and Princess Margaret at Royal Ascot. 17th June 1953

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: AP McCoy on the Mr Mulligan wins the 1997 Cheltenham Gold Cup

AP McCoy on the Mr Mulligan wins the 1997 Cheltenham Gold Cup
Horse Racing - 1997 Cheltenham Festival - Gold Cup Day " Mr Mulligan" wins the Cheltenham Gold Cup - ridden by Tony (AP) McCoy. 13/03/1997

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Kauto Star

Kauto Star
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Gold Cup entry Kauto Star

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Bystander masthead design, 1927 - Royal Ascot

Bystander masthead design, 1927 - Royal Ascot
Illustrated masthead design for The Bystander magazine showing a vibrant scene at Royal Ascot with glamorous women, men in morning suits and top hats

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Famous jockeys - Charles Elliott

Famous jockeys - Charles Elliott
Charlie Elliott, flat race jockey and winner of the 1927 Derby on Call Boy, pictured in the c olours of Lord Rosebery for whom he had many successes. Date: 1927

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Coronation 1953, the royal box at Ascot

Coronation 1953, the royal box at Ascot
A scene of excitement in the royal box at Royal Ascot when the Queens colt, Choir Boy, won the Royal Hunt Cup on 17 June 1953, a fortnight after the Coronation

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Bookmaker - Turf Accountant - James Dowsett

Bookmaker - Turf Accountant - James Dowsett of 38 Duke Street, Brighton. circa 1950s

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Lester Piggott on the way to winning the 1970 1000 Guineas Stakes

Lester Piggott on the way to winning the 1970 1000 Guineas Stakes
Horse Racing - Rowley Mile, Newmarket - 1970 1, 000 Guineas Stakes Lester Piggott on Humble Duty on the way to winning the race

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Silver Buck jumps the last on his way to victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup 27th November

Silver Buck jumps the last on his way to victory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup 27th November 1982

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Mr C G Assheton-Smith and Cloister, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Mr C G Assheton-Smith and Cloister, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Mr C G Assheton-Smith and Cloister, 1911. Portrait of British landowner and amateur caricaturist Sir Charles Garden Assheton-Smith (1851-1914) with a racehorse

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Paul Nicholls Yard

Paul Nicholls Yard
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Gold Cup entry Kauto Star

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Kenilworth Race Track, Buffalo, New York, USA

Kenilworth Race Track, Buffalo, New York, USA Date: circa 1906

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Horse Racing - The Last Hedge

Horse Racing - The Last Hedge - Three horses in contention in this steeplechase race as they leap the final fence. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Nearco after winning Grand Prix de Paris

Nearco after winning Grand Prix de Paris
Leading in the winner of the Grand Prix de Paris, Nearco, ridden by Pietro Gubellini, and bred and trained by Federico Tesio

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Some Grand National

Some Grand National
A number of jockeys who were expected to ride in the 1938 Grand National Steeplechase at Aintree " walking the plank" at the famous Bechers Brook

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Warwick Races, from The Illustrated London News, 12th April 1845 (engraving)

Warwick Races, from The Illustrated London News, 12th April 1845 (engraving)
XJF311252 Warwick Races, from The Illustrated London News, 12th April 1845 (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Denman

Denman
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Gold Cup entry Denman

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Epsom Derby - 1954

Epsom Derby - 1954
Epsom Downs, the Gentlemens Mobile Toilet, provided by Ewell Council 3rd June 1954

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Kauto Star with Paul Nicholls

Kauto Star with Paul Nicholls
Horse Racing Paul Nicholls Stable Media Visit and Cheltenham Festival Entry Preview 24/02/2010. Credit: Dan Rowley/Colorsport Paul Nicholls with Gold Cup entry Kauto Star

Background imageHorse Racing Collection: Cape Cross wins the 1998 Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes

Cape Cross wins the 1998 Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes
Horse Racing Cape Cross ridden by Daragh O Donohoe wins the Juddmonte Lockinge Stakes Newbury Racecourse 16/05/1998 Credit: Colorsport / Piran Murphy



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"Horse Racing: A Thrilling Journey Through Time and Cultures" Step back in time to witness the legendary Red Rum as he clears the last hurdle, securing his victory in the prestigious 1977 Grand National. The roar of the crowd echoes through history, forever etching this moment into horse racing lore. The dynamic duo of Kauto Star and Denman captivated audiences with their fierce rivalry on the track. These two magnificent horses pushed each other to new heights, leaving spectators breathless with every stride they took. Across oceans and continents, horse racing unites enthusiasts worldwide. The grandstand at Saratoga Race Course in New York State stands tall, a testament to the passion that courses through American veins. In Siena, Italy, tradition takes center stage as The Palio unfolds. This ancient race captures hearts with its vibrant pageantry and intense competition. Centuries-old rivalries fuel adrenaline-fueled races that leave spectators spellbound. Kauto Star's name shines brightly among legends of horse racing. His grace and power mesmerize all who witness him galloping towards glory. At Goodwood Racecourse in West Sussex, England, horses thunder down the track while crowds cheer them on fervently. The electric atmosphere envelops both seasoned punters and first-time attendees alike. "The Blaydon Races - A Study from Life" by William Irving paints a vivid picture of early 20th-century horse racing culture. It immortalizes moments frozen in time when excitement filled the air during these thrilling events. Famous racehorse Arkle casts an imposing figure as he looks over Paddy Murray's shoulder while reading intently. Even off-track moments capture our imagination when it comes to these majestic creatures' lives behind-the-scenes. Cheltenham Racecourse Station transports us back to a bygone era where steam trains carried eager racegoers towards unforgettable experiences amidst Gloucestershire's picturesque landscapes.