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Peb’s parody of Lucasfilm’s Star Wars: Episode I, released in May of 1999, features racehorses Charismatic, Silverbulletday, and Menifee before the 1999 Belmont Stakes and Charismatic’s career-ending injury.

Also depicted are Charismatic’s owners…

Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts racehorse Louis Quatorze on a throne as King Louis XIV, with jockey Pat Day, trainer Nick Zito, and owners William J. Condren and Georgia E. Hofmann.

Louis Quatorze won the 1996 Preakness. Later that…

Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts 1996 Kentucky Derby winner Grindstone with U.S. Racing Hall of Fame trainer D. Wayne Lucas; owner William T. Young, recipient of the 1994 Eclipse Award for Outstanding Breeder; and U.S. Racing Hall of Fame…

Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts Thoroughbred trainer D. Wayne Lukas and owner William T. Young.

Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Fame horse trainer D. Wayne Lukas with 1987 Keeneland Spinster Stakes entries Sacahuista, Julie the Flapper, and North Sider. Also depicted are former Keeneland presidents William C.…

Peb's artwork depicts Open Mind, American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly in 1988 and American Champion Three-Year-Old Filly in 1989. 

Owned by Eugene V. Klein and trained by D. Wayne Lukas, Open Mind won four of her six starts in 1988.

Her eight…

Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts 1982 American Champion Two-Year-Old Filly Landaluce with trainer D. Wayne Lukas at the Del Mar Debutante Stakes.

Landaluce, out of the first crop sired by Seattle Slew, claimed the Del Mar Debutante…
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