Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Jockey Collection

"Legends of the Track: Celebrating the Skill and Spirit of Jockeys" Jim Pike, an esteemed Australian jockey

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Jockey / Fred Archer Vf

Jockey / Fred Archer Vf
Fred Archer, jockey

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: The Favourite Wins by H. M. Bateman

The Favourite Wins by H. M. Bateman
Humorous illustration by H.M. Bateman showing a reversal of roles. A group of jockeys in different coloured silks sprint for the finishing post while excitable horses in the stands cheer on the winner

Background imageJockey Collection: Miss Dorothy Pagets Golden Miller in action

Miss Dorothy Pagets Golden Miller in action
Will he win the National" again? GOLDEN MILLER: The photograph was taken at Leicester when " The Miller" had little more than gentle exercise in disposing of five other moderate

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Picture No. 10749828

Picture No. 10749828
RACE HORSES - RACING Date:

Background imageJockey Collection: Riders and Racehorses galloping around racecourse

Riders and Racehorses galloping around racecourse
LA-3594 Riders and Racehorses galloping around racecourse Jean Michel Labat Please note that prints are for personal display purposed only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageJockey Collection: Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase

Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase. 1839

Background imageJockey Collection: USA, Kentucky, Louisville. Horses racing on turf at Churchill Downs

USA, Kentucky, Louisville. Horses racing on turf at Churchill Downs. Credit as: Don Grall / Jaynes Gallery / DanitaDelimont

Background imageJockey Collection: The Wettest Derby on Record by The Tout, 1927

The Wettest Derby on Record by The Tout, 1927
The Wettest Derby on record in 1927 with numerous well-known personalities of the turf coping with the flooded course with the help of umbrellas and rowing boats. Includes the jockey M

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

Three jockeys fighting to come in first, front view

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: The Derby 1923 by Cecil Aldin

The Derby 1923 by Cecil Aldin
Leaving the post at the start of the Derby of 1923, a race famously won by Papyrus, owned by Mr B. Irish and ridden by Steve Donoghue

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Steve Donoghue by W. Smithson Broadhead

Steve Donoghue by W. Smithson Broadhead
Steve Donoghue (1884-1945), leading flat race jockey of the 1920s, pictured in a portrait by W. Smithson Broadhead specially commissioned by The Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Hogarth Rake Plate 2

Hogarth Rake Plate 2
The Rakes Progress 2. Hogarths Rake surrounded by flattering artists and professors

Background imageJockey Collection: Chuck Wagon Race, Calgary Stampede, Alberta, Canada

Chuck Wagon Race, Calgary Stampede, Alberta, Canada

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Drumcree, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Drumcree, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Drumcree, 1911. Portrait of racehorse Drumcree, winner of the 1903 Grand National, ridden by Percy Woodland. From " British Sports and Sportsmen: Racing Coursing and Steeplechasing"

Background imageJockey Collection: Moifaa, 1911. Creator: Unknown

Moifaa, 1911. Creator: Unknown
Moifaa, 1911. Portrait of Moifaa, a New Zealand-bred racehorse who won the 1904 Grand National by eight lengths. Moifaa had travelled from New Zealand

Background imageJockey Collection: Another Derby Derby?

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

Background imageJockey Collection: Grand racer Kingston, by Spendthrift: dam imp. Kapanga, by V

Grand racer Kingston, by Spendthrift: dam imp. Kapanga, by Victorious, 2nd dam Kapunda, by Stockwell. Date c1891

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: The Count Della Catena, Count Strickland, 4 May 1893, Vanity Fair cartoon (colour litho)

The Count Della Catena, Count Strickland, 4 May 1893, Vanity Fair cartoon (colour litho)
611861 The Count Della Catena, Count Strickland, 4 May 1893, Vanity Fair cartoon (colour litho) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Count Della Catena)

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Advertisement for Ford Anglia cars

Advertisement for Ford Anglia cars -- male and female models posing (Geraldine Hill, Susan Ingram and Ossie O Leary). 1959

Background imageJockey Collection: Horse racing in Hong Kong, China, Asia

Horse racing in Hong Kong, China, Asia

Background imageJockey Collection: Advert / Elliman Embrocati

Advert / Elliman Embrocati
Ellimans embrocation for rheumatism, lumbago and sprains

Background imageJockey Collection: A Member of Tattersall s

A Member of Tattersall s
A scene from the play A Member of Tattersall s, by Captain H.S.Browning, which opened at the Whitney Theatre (now the Novello Theatre, Aldwych, London) on 28 February 1912

Background imageJockey Collection: Winner of the One Thousand Guineas at Newmarket, 1943

Winner of the One Thousand Guineas at Newmarket, 1943
Walter Earl (right) the trainer of the winning horse, Herringbone, ridden by Harry Wragg, is pictured with another trainer, Jack Jarvis, whose horse, Ribbon, was beaten

Background imageJockey Collection: Jockey / Jack Moloney 20C

Jockey / Jack Moloney 20C
Jack Moloney, jockey, in the colours of Mr G Beeby

Background imageJockey Collection: Male Riding Dress 1813

Male Riding Dress 1813
Double-breasted cut-away coat worn open to reveal a white waistcoat with stand collar, shirt frill & white stock, leather breeches with falls, top boots, spurs & top hat

Background imageJockey Collection: Larkspur winning the Epsom Derby in 1962

Larkspur winning the Epsom Derby in 1962

Background imageJockey Collection: Grand National Waterjump

Grand National Waterjump
Horses and riders leap over the water jump on the Grand National course at Aintree in 1897. The winner, Manifesto is seen in the lead

Background imageJockey Collection: Jockey / Tommy Weston 20C

Jockey / Tommy Weston 20C
Tommy Weston, jockey, in the colours of Lord Derby

Background imageJockey Collection: Jockey and Saddle C1900

Jockey and Saddle C1900
A jockey carrying his saddle on his back

Background imageJockey Collection: One of Four Portraits of Horses - a Chestnut Horse (? Old Partner) held by a Groom

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

Background imageJockey Collection: The Thoroughbred Center

The Thoroughbred Center, Lexington, Kentucky, United States of America, North America

Background imageJockey Collection: Kenneland, Lexington

Kenneland, Lexington, Kentucky, United States of America, North America

Background imageJockey Collection: Jockey / Johnny Dines 20C

Jockey / Johnny Dines 20C
Johnny Dines, jockey, in the colours of Mr Adam Boazman

Background imageJockey Collection: Jockey / Michael Beary

Jockey / Michael Beary
Michael Beary, jockey, in the colours of Captain AS Wilson

Background imageJockey Collection: Tip from a Jockey

Tip from a Jockey
A diminutive jockey gives his considered opinion to a couple

Background imageJockey 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 imageJockey Collection: Frankel With Jockey Tom Queally

Frankel With Jockey Tom Queally. Horse Ebor Festival, York Racecourse York Racecourse, York, England 22 August 2012 EBOR FESTIVAL, YORK RACECOURSE, ENGLAND, AUGUST 2012 Date: 22 August 2012

Background imageJockey Collection: Guy Daubas

Guy Daubas Jockey 06 June 1995 Date: 06 June 1995



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping

"Legends of the Track: Celebrating the Skill and Spirit of Jockeys" Jim Pike, an esteemed Australian jockey, gracefully guides his majestic horse Phar Lap towards victory at the racetrack. Witnessing a fierce competition between two remarkable jockeys, Fred Archer and Vf, as they strive for glory on their trusty steeds. H. M. Bateman's captivating artwork captures the thrilling moment when "The Favourite Wins, " showcasing the exhilaration shared by both jockey and horse. Picture No. 10749828 transports us to Churchill Downs in Kentucky, USA, where horses race with unparalleled grace on the lush turf. The thunderous sound of hooves echoes through Louisville as riders and racehorses gallop around the vibrant racecourse, displaying their extraordinary speed and agility. In a nail-biting finish, three determined jockeys fiercely battle it out for first place in an intense front view display of skill and determination. Master Roberts ridden by Bob Trudgill under Aubrey Hastings' expert training showcases a harmonious partnership between jockey and horse during The Derby 1923 captured beautifully by Cecil Aldin's artistry. Remembering Fred Archer's legacy as one of history's most famous jockeys whose passion for racing was unmatched throughout his illustrious career. Charles Elliott stands among other renowned names in the world of horseracing as we celebrate these exceptional athletes who have left an indelible mark on this beloved sport. Grand National moments etched into our memories forever; tales filled with courage, resilience, and triumph that epitomize what it means to be a true jockey. Note.