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Henry Stull - UNCAS
Henry Stull (American, 1851-1913)\nUNCAS\nOil on canvas, 25" x 30"\nSigned, dated 1894\nInscribed on verso: Uncas by Henry Stull, Brookdale,\nJany. 1894. Foaled 1876 Lexington-Coral\n$12,000. Ð 15,000.\nProvenance:\nDavid A. "Sony" Warbling, New York,\nSotheby's, New York, The Sporting Sale, November 30, 2006, lot 106\nUncas by Lexington, son of Boston, was bred at Woodburn Stud in Kentucky, foaled 1876 from Coral by Vandal son of Glencoe.\nThe Horse Breeder's Guide and Handbook: Sanders D. Bruce writes:\nUNCAS (WINNER OF THE KENTUCKY STAKES AT SARATOGA AND WESTCHESTER CUP AT JEROME PARK NY)\nUncas will be used as a private stallion in the Brookdale Stud Monmouth County, near Holmdel NJ. Mr. D.D. Withers proprietor. Uncas is a blood bay stands 15 _ hands high, with his right fore foot white, and a small star in his forehead. He is quite a compact, well and evenly-formed horse all over, having a neat head and neck with good shoulders and depth of girth, with extra good body, hips, stifles, and excellent legs and feet. The pedigree is one of the best in the Stud Book and from a distinguished racing family. His dam is by Glencoe's best son, and he traces back through an own sister to Glencoe, to a Natural Barb Mare. If the blood of Lexington and Glencoe is to be preserved to the country, it is through just such pure channels as Uncas presents.\nFrom the Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred:\nBrookdale Farm, which stood the nation's best stallions, boasted the finest bloodlines in its broodmare band, and provided a superb training facility utilized by industry giants named Withers, Keene and Whitney. At the farm's height, more than 100 employees kept things running smoothly, and hundreds of horses galloped over the fertile soil. D.D. Withers created it, Colonel William P. Thompson had great plans for it, legendary Hall of Fame horseman James G. Rowe Sr. utilized it, and Harry Payne Whitney preserved it. For more than a half century, Brookdale Farm was the base of operation for some of the most powerful stables in the world. The Sporting Art Auction
Edward Robert Smythe - Donkey in a Landscape
Edward Robert Smythe\n(British, 1810-1899)\nDONKEY IN A LANDSCAPE\n$2,000. - 3,000.\nOil on canvas, 15.5" diameter\nSigned The Sporting Art Auction
Henry F. Lucas-Lucas - Statesman & Windsor Lad
Henry F. Lucas\n(British, 1848-1943)\nSTATESMAN & WINDSOR LAD\n$2,000. - 4,000.\nOil on canvas, 11" x 14 1/2" (each)\nSigned, dated 1933, inscribed "Statesman"\nSigned, dated 1939, inscribed "Windsor Ladd"\n$2,000. - 4,000. (pair) ‘Statesman’ inscribed verso: ‘The Derby’ 1933 / 1. Hyperion 2.King Salmon 3. Statesman 4. Scarlet Tiger / Painted by H.F.Lucas-Lucas / Rugby, 1933Provenance: Descended in the family of Victor Emmanuel, the owner ofStatesmanThe Irish-bred Statesman by Blandford, out of Dail, had six winsin 23 starts, including the 1934 Duke of York Handicap and athird-place finish in the previous year’s Epsom Derby. He retired tostand at stud in Japan.Windsor Lad won both the Epsom Derby and St. Leger in 1934,while taking the Coronation Cup and Eclipse Stakes in 1935.In the book A Century of Champions, by John Randall and TonyMorris, he was rated as the sixth-best Derby winner. His owner,the Maharajah of Rajpipla, is still the only Indian owner to winthe Derby, and one of the Spitfire fighter planes he donated duringWorld War II was named ‘Windsor Lad.’ The Sporting Art Auction
Susie Whitcombe - WICKHAM HORSE FAIR
Susie Whitcombe (British, born 1957)\nWICKHAM HORSE FAIR\nOil on board, 12" x 15"\nSigned\n$3,000. - 4,000. The Sporting Art Auction
4 Misc. Horse Books to Inc: British Bloodlines
"British Bloodlines" By Jeridein & Kaye c. 1955; "Bloodstock breeders Annual Review" 1966 and 1967 "Sires of American Thoroughbreds" 1951 The Sporting Art Auction
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