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Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1892. First edition. Read More about Racing Life of Lord George Cavendish Bentinck, M.P. and Other Reminisences ... edited by the...
Vanity Fair, Dec 8, 1888. Read More about The Winning Post
London: Messrs Fores, 1887. First edition. Read More about Tid Bits of the Turf. Scattered about by Finch Mason and Collected by Messrs Fores
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. Voss, Edward S. First Edition, one of 850 copies. Read More about Between the Flags
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1929. First edition, one of 850 copies. Read More about Between the Flags. The Recollections of a Gentleman Rider
London: Ackermann, May 24, 1837. Fine Pollard St.Leger Winner, 1836. Read More about Doncaster Races. Race for the Great St. Leger Stakes, 1836, Anticipation-Who is the Winner?
London: Chatto & Windus, 1896. First edition. Read More about Kingsclere. Edited by Byron Webber
London: Sold for the Author, 232 Picadilly, and no where else, January 9th, 1804. Second Edition, with half-title. Printed by D.N. Shury, Printer, Berwick Street, London. Samuel Chifney (1753?-1807), inventor of the Chifney bit, was a prominent jockey and trainer, and, states the DNB, "He was long considered the best... Read More about Genius Genuine ... A fine part in riding a race, known only to the author ... with ... a full...
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1886. First edition, no. 219 of 250 copies on Large Paper. Large Paper Badminton Library. Read More about Racing and Steeplechasing, racing by the Earl of Suffolk and Berkshire, and Mr. W.G. Craven. With...
English: Ca. 1870. Lively English Racing Watercolor. A very pleasing image, possibly a recreation of an actual scene, as it is highly probable that the racing silks can be identified with their English owners. Read More about Racing scene: watercolor heightened with gum arabic
New York: Fine Arts Enterprises, Ltd, 1985. Reeves, Richard Stone. Number 242 of 2000 copies, signed by the author and artist. Read More about The Golden Post - An Artistic Study of the Tumultuous Events That Led to the Day When They Ran...
South Brunswick and New York: A.S. Barnes, 1973. Reeves, Richard Stone. Unnumbered copy from a deluxe issue of 60 copies, signed by the author. A splendid collection of thoroughbred portraits by America's foremost painter of horses. Read More about Thoroughbreds I Have Known. With foreword by Whitney Tower and commentary by Juno Cole Weyer with...
New York: A.S. Barnes, 1973. Reeves, Richard Stone. No. 32 of 60 deluxe copies, signed by the author with a portfolio of four signed collotype reproductions. A splendid collection of thoroughbred portraits by America's foremost painter of horses. Read More about Thoroughbreds I Have Known. With foreword by Whitney Tower and commentary by Juno Cole Weyer
London: The London & Counties Press Association, 1923-31. First edition, No. 127 of only 475 complete sets. An imposing, substantial study of flat racing, steeplechasing, breeding, training, stable management, and sporting history contained in three massive volumes printed on heavy rag paper, totaling over 1200 pages with 229 superb plates... Read More about Racing at Home & Abroad: Vol. I: British Flat Racing and Breeding; Vol. II: British...
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1976. DeLuxe Edition, No. 201 of 500 copies. A Resplendent DeLuxe Racing Volume. Read More about Montpelier: The Recollections of Marion duPont Scott, as told to Gerald Strine
Wilfred Crowell, Inc, 1940. Voss, F.B. First edition, no. 121 of 300 copies. SUNNY FITZ'S COPY. GREAT ASSOCIATION. Signed by Charles Stewart Howard at the bottom of his short introduction, for presentation to the friends, family and business associates of Charles Howard, the owner of Seabiscuit. From the library of... Read More about Seabiscuit. The Story of a Great Champion
[New York: Frank J. Lowe], 1946. Martin Stainforth. First Issue. William Woodward's "Apache" Martin Stainforth is regarded as Australia's leading horse painter, although he was an established artist in his native England before emigrating in 1908. In 1925 he went to America for an extended stay, during which time he... Read More about APACHE. HAND-COLORED SPORTING ENGRAVING PRIVATELY PRINTED FOR WILLIAM WOODWARD BY FRANK J. LOWE,...
London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, St. Dunstan House, 1887 & 1888. First edition. Read More about Portraits of Celebrated Racehorses of the Past and Present Centuries in strictly chronological...
Lexington, KY: Compiled and published by The Blood-Horse, 1947-1982. First editions. “The first volume covering five years, 1935-1939, was known as ‘Thoroughbred Broodmare Records.’ Annual volumes were published thereafter, under the name ‘Thoroughbred Sires and Dams,’ for 18 years, 1940-1957, inclusive. Beginning with the 1958 edition the sire section was..... Read More about Thoroughbred Sires and Dams [later] Thoroughbred Broodmare Records, 1946-1979, 1981
Duduque, Iowa: Hardie & Scharle, 1891. Read More about 1891 Eighth Annual Catalogue of High-bred Trotting Stock at Highland Stock Farm. The Property of...
Hartford, Conn: 1898. Collection of retained copies of trotting licenses issued by the National Trotting Association in 1898, each license adorned with an original vintage portrait photograph of the rider. The trotters (all men, aged about 30-60, three of them African-American) are from New York, Massachusetts, Maine, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont... Read More about Collection of Riders' and Drivers' Licenses from the National Trotting Association
London: E. Cambert & Co. 25 Berners St., Oxford Street, December 15th, 1843. Read More about Alice Hawthorne. (The Queen of the Turf) Winner of 47 1/2 Races (Including 17 Cups and 18 Queen's...
New York: George H. Doran Company, 1919. Memorial Edition. Bound in the Presenter's Racing Colors. Read More about Old Man Curry. Race Track Stories … Introduction by L.B. Yates