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?
[New York: 1892]. Dates of sale: Oct. 16 and Oct. 17, 1891; sold by Tattersall's, New York. Read More about Reprint of Catalogue and Account of Sale and Dispersion of the Nursery Stud. Presented to George...
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1933. First Edition, one of 950 copies. Read More about The Thunderer. By “M.B.”
New York: D. Appleton, 1860. First edition. Pioneer of Sporting Journalism. The biography of Porter, who in 1831 founded the American sporting periodical 'spirit of the Times," and served as its editor from 1835 to 1850. He also edited the American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine from 1840-1844, and the... Read More about Life of William T. Porter
New York: D. Appleton, 1860. Pioneer of American Sporting Journalism. The biography of Porter, who in 1831 founded the American sporting periodical "Spirit of the Times," and served as its editor from 1835 to 1850. He also edited the American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine from 1840-1844, and the annual... Read More about Life of William T. Porter
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1860. First Edition. CONNETT’S COPY. The biography of Porter, who in 1831 founded the American sporting periodical “Spirit of the Times,” and served as its editor from 1835 to 1850. He also edited the American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine from 1840-1844, and the... Read More about Life of William T. Porter
n.p: 1939. Original Paul Brown Drawing. In one corner of the backing sheet is lightly pencilled in an unknown hand, “Almost identical The Good Luck Colt p. 184 by G.T. Eames 1953”. Read More about Original drawing of a harness-racing scene
New York: The Derrydale Press, 1930. Brown, Paul. First edition. Read More about Aintree. Grand Nationals — Past and Present
New York: Polo Magazine, 1931. First edition, edition size unknown. Brown did three prints for Polo Magazine from 1931 through 1933, each representing Aintree. Read More about The Water Jump in the Grand National of 1931 at Aintree. Title in Brown's hand in plate "The...
New York: The Fiction League, 1932. First edition. Read More about Flying Blood
[England]: Ca. 1920. C. Crosley. GRAND NATIONAL. A spirited, somewhat stylized, picture of two horses, jockeys up, taking the water jump at Aintree, with a suggestion of landscape in the background. We have not been able to trace this artist, but he was almost certainly a professional, drawing with a.... Read More about An attractive pastel “'Over the water' - Liverpool Grand National”, signed and titled by the...
[England: Ca. 1920]. C. Crosley. Read More about Fine pastel and pencil of a Horse's Head between a horse shoe with crop and cap beneath
New York: Published by Farrell & Co. 37 Spring St. NY, 1867. Peters, America on Stone "...is one of the crudest lithographs. I almost considered putting it as an example of the type to be avoided..."The Curragh Racecourse in Kildare is the head quarters of horse racing in Ireland since... Read More about The Curragh Race Course, County Kildare, Ireland, showing 8 horses reaching the finish line with...
London: F. V. White, 1891. Read More about Turf Celebrities I Have Known
[London]: “Drawn, Etched & Pub. by R. Dighton”, 1806. Francis Buckle (1766-1832) is one of racing's most famous jockeys, with nine Oaks victories and twenty-seven Classic wins; he rode his first race at seventeen, and his last at the age of 65. He raced for several owners, including Colonel Mellish.Robert..... Read More about Hand-colored engraved caricature: “A Hero of the Turf & his Agent”
Charg. Cross, [London]: “Published by Dighton”, Feb., 1802. In 1766, Richard Tattersall (1724-1795), who had been stud groom to the second duke of Kingston, founded the world’s first bloodstock auction house. Read More about Hand-colored engraved caricature: “A View near Hyde Park Corner.” Depicting the famous...
New York: Privately Printed [at The Printing House of William Edwin Rudge], 1927. First edition. Number 158 of 250 numbered copies. With 4 poems on Salmon fishing on the RestigoucheThis copy is inscribed "To Winsor White M.F.H. a real horseman and a lover of horses from Arthur A. Fowler." With... Read More about The Ballad of Myra Gray and Other Sporting Verses. By “Somerset”
(Paris): M.J. & Cie, c. 1875. Read More about Game: "Jeu de Course" in original black wooden box with metal spring loaded handle. 6...
New York: Privately Printed for The Jockey Club, 1922-1980. First editions. A cornerstone of any racing library, including the now very difficult to find Vosburgh volume, and the final volume in the series by William H. Rudy. Read More about Racing in America 1665-1979
New York: Privately Printed for The Jockey Club, 1922-1980. First editions. Presentation from Vosburgh. A cornerstone of any racing library, including the now very difficult to find Vosburgh volume, and the final volume in the series by William H. Rudy.The Vosburgh volume, covering 1865-1921, is a presentation copy inscribed by..... Read More about Racing in America 1665-1979
Baltimore: Published by Author, Printed by Kohn & Pollock, Inc, 1922. First edition. Fascinating account of racing including information on owners, tracks, bloodlines and racing accomplishments prior to the American Revolution. Read More about Blooded Horses of Colonial Days. Classic Horse Matches in America before the Revolution
New York: Sagamore Press, 1937-1946. First edition. Read More about American Race Horses. An Annual Review of the Breeding and the Performances of the Outstanding...
Cairo: 1886. Gezira Sporting Club is the largest multi-sport facility in Egypt. It was founded in 1882 and was originally called Khedivial Sporting Club. Both of these programs are annotated in pencil by an unknown spectator - "all that didn't run have a heavy black mark. All that won have... Read More about Khedivial Sporting Club. Cairo 1st Winter Races. First Day Wednesday 29th December 1886. WITH:...