Horse Racing

The Start - 157 light brown front right horse (early)
The Start - 157 light brown front right horse (early)

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WOVEN IN SILK BY THOMAS STEVENS, INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER,COVENTRY AND LONDON, (REGISTERED)

The Start - 157 dark brown front right horse
The Start - 157 dark brown front right horse

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WOVEN IN SILK BY THOMAS STEVENS, INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER,COVENTRY AND LONDON, (REGISTERED)

The Start - 157 dark brown front right horse (Stevengraph Works credit)
The Start - 157 dark brown front right horse (Stevengraph Works credit)

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WOVEN IN SILK BY THOMAS STEVENS, STEVENGRAPH WORKS,COVENTRY.

The Start - 157 black front right horse (later)
The Start - 157 black front right horse (later)

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The Start - 157 no black horses (later)
The Start - 157 no black horses (later)

WOVEN IN PURE SILK
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The Start - 157 Black Horses
The Start - 157 Black Horses

Woven in pure silk
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The Water-Jump - 158
The Water-Jump - 158

The Water Jump - 158
The Water Jump - 158

Woven in pure silk
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The Struggle - 159
The Struggle - 159

The Struggle - 159a - Only 4 horses - no background - 1879 <BR> Woven at the York Exhibition 1879 - from Godden Collection
The Struggle - 159a - Only 4 horses - no background - 1879 <BR> Woven at the York Exhibition 1879 - from Godden Collection

See Sprake page 68 "freak version seen with 5 horses and no background"

The Finish - 160 brown middle rear horse & buildings (early)
The Finish - 160 brown middle rear horse & buildings (early)

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WOVEN IN SILK BY THOMAS STEVENS, INVENTOR AND MANUFACTURER,COVENTRY AND LONDON, (REGISTERED)

The Finish - 160 black middle rear horse & buildings (later)
The Finish - 160 black middle rear horse & buildings (later)

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The Finish - 160 black middle rear horse & buildings (later) (Stevengraph Works credit)
The Finish - 160 black middle rear horse & buildings (later) (Stevengraph Works credit)

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WOVEN IN SILK BY THOMAS STEVENS, STEVENGRAPH WORKS,COVENTRY.

The Finish - 160
The Finish - 160

Woven in pure silk
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Iroquois - Winner of the Derby 1881 - 162
Iroquois - Winner of the Derby 1881 - 162

Pincus' best horses included Glenelg, winner of the 1869 Travers, and Eagle and Richmond, both Jersey Derby winners. In 1881 Lorillard sent Pincus to England where he trained Iroquois, the first American-bred to win the prestigious Epsom Derby.

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