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PO3248.jpg
2008 Florida Derby poster; Peb's caricature/humorist artwork features prior Florida Derby winners depicted as flowers: Needles, Tim Tam, Carry Back, Northern Dancer, Forward Pass, Spectacular Bid, Swale, Unbridled, Thunder Gulch, Monarchos, and…

Meadors - 1958-04-03 A Glitter led by Ed West at Keeneland (2).jpg
This photograph of the stakes-winning American Thoroughbred A Glitter, led by Ed West after transport, was taken at Keeneland in April of 1958. A horse trailer, handlers, and another unidentified horse are also featured.

A Glitter (by Khaled out…

FO3660.jpg
Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts the Thoroughbred Storm Cat as a "Cat on the Hot Tin Roof" of the Keeneland Yearling September Sale.

At the September 2004 Keeneland Yearling Sale, a colt by Storm Cat now named Mr. Sekiguchi sold for $8…

FBW1627.jpg
Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts U.S. Hall of Fame jockey Bobby Ussery with the gelding Lion Sleeps, winner of the Coral Gables, New Year’s, and Super Bowl Handicaps in the winter of 1970/1971.

Cook 1092 - Alfred Gwynne AG Vanderbilt Jr II Owner.tif
This is a photograph of Alfred Gwynne "A.G." Vanderbilt, Jr. Vanderbilt, owner of Sagamore Farm, was a founding member of the Westchester Racing Association, owner and two-time president of Pimlico Race Course, President of Belmont Park, a member of…

ECBW2006.jpg
Peb's caricature/humorist artwork depicts a racehorse accepting a trophy at an awards ceremony, thanking his blacksmith, veterinarian, and groom.

Cook 2055.jpg
This photograph provides an aerial view of the grandstand, clubhouse, track, parking area, and stables at Hialeah Park Race Track.

Hemment_v4_p32_i2659.jpg
After workouts at Gravesend Race Track in Brooklyn, New York City; June 1905

Hemment_v1_p85_i830.jpg
The staff of owner, breeder, and trainer John E. Madden (third from left) tend to Alonso while Madden confers with prospective buyers; circa 1900

FBW1546.jpg
Peb's artwork depicts U.S. Racing Hall of Famer Buckpasser, American Champion Two-Year-Old Male in 1965, American Champion Three-Year-Old Male in 1966, and American Horse of the Year in 1966; ascending the “stairs” of race victories with U.S. Racing…
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