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Animal painter, Painter, b. 1941 - d. 1987

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      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Feb. 25, 2024

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Jan. 21, 2024

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Jan. 07, 2024

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Dec. 17, 2023

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Nov. 26, 2023

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Nov. 12, 2023

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"
        Oct. 29, 2023

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings"

        Est: $40 - $50

        Susan Crawford - "We Three Kings", 1995, 31 x 21, very good condition

        Bruce Teleky Inc.
      • Susan Crawford (b.1941)
        Oct. 03, 2023

        Susan Crawford (b.1941)

        Est: £200 - £300

        Susan Crawford (b.1941) ? Susan Crawford (b.1941) Spirited horse bronze with a green patina on a marble base 43cm wide 18cm deep 32cm high overall Condition Report: Please contact department.

        Sworders
      • Susan Crawford (b.1941)
        Sep. 12, 2023

        Susan Crawford (b.1941)

        Est: £500 - £700

        Susan Crawford (b.1941) ? Susan Crawford (b.1941) Spirited horse bronze with a green patina on a marble base 43cm wide 18cm deep 32cm high overall Condition Report: Please contact department.

        Sworders
      • λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941), SAM
        Feb. 21, 2023

        λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941), SAM

        Est: £200 - £300

        λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941) SAM Pastel drawing of a carthorse Signed and titled (lower right) 28.5 x 39.5cm

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941), NORTHERN DANCER
        Feb. 21, 2023

        λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941), NORTHERN DANCER

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941)NORTHERN DANCEROil on canvasSigned, titled, inscribed The Daddy of 'em all and dated 1987 (lower right)50 x 60cm (19½ x 23½ in.)Provenance:The Tryon Gallery Ltd. LondonPrivate Collection, Tim Rootes and Obby Waller, Barton Hill House, Gloucestershire

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941), BERGA AND NELLIE (2)
        Feb. 21, 2023

        λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941), BERGA AND NELLIE (2)

        Est: £600 - £800

        λ SUSAN CRAWFORD (BRITISH B. 1941)BERGA AND NELLIEOil on panel, a pairBoth signed (centre right and left respectively) and titled (lower centre)37 x 27cm (14½ x 10½ in.) oval (2)Provenance:Private Collection, Tim Rootes and Obby Waller, Barton Hill House, Gloucestershire

        Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
      • † Susan Crawford (b.1941), Portait of the racehorse Constans, signed, oil on panel, framed, 45 cm x 60 cm, together with a photograph of Constans winning the King George Stakes with Lester Piggott, July 1971.
        Sep. 29, 2022

        † Susan Crawford (b.1941), Portait of the racehorse Constans, signed, oil on panel, framed, 45 cm x 60 cm, together with a photograph of Constans winning the King George Stakes with Lester Piggott, July 1971.

        Est: £300 - £500

        † Susan Crawford (b.1941), Portait of the racehorse Constans, signed, oil on panel, framed, 45 cm x 60 cm, together with a photograph of Constans winning the King George Stakes with Lester Piggott, July 1971. Qty: (2)

        Dawsons Auctioneers
      • SUSAN L CRAWFORD PRINT HORSE WE THREE KINGS
        Feb. 19, 2022

        SUSAN L CRAWFORD PRINT HORSE WE THREE KINGS

        Est: $100 - $200

        UNITED KINGDON B1941, Susan L Crawford Print Horse "WE THREE KINGS, ARKLE RED RUM AND DESERT ORCHID". Frame 13.5" X 24.5". Please use link to view some results!!!! https://www.liveauctioneers.com/search/?keyword=susan%20%20crawford&sort=-hammerPrice&status=archive . Please carefully read our terms of sale, shipping information, and request any condition reports or photos prior to placing a bid. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. RBFineArts CFL INC. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Please email for a condition report and photos, if desired. Emails should be received at least 48 hours in advance of the date of the auction.

        RB Fine Arts
      • Susan Crawford Scottish (born 1941) Spanish Riding School Vienna
        Nov. 14, 2021

        Susan Crawford Scottish (born 1941) Spanish Riding School Vienna

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Susan Crawford Scottish (born 1941) Spanish Riding School Vienna, sepia ink drawing,signed and titled lower left and right

        Artvisory
      • Susan Crawford, Scottish (born 1941) British sepia drawing of a Lippizaner horse,
        Nov. 14, 2021

        Susan Crawford, Scottish (born 1941) British sepia drawing of a Lippizaner horse,

        Est: $500 - $800

        Susan Crawford, Scottish (born 1941) British sepia drawing of a Lippizaner horse, inscribed to verso with a personal inscription from the artist

        Artvisory
      • SUSAN CRAWFORD - SECRETARIAT
        Nov. 22, 2020

        SUSAN CRAWFORD - SECRETARIAT

        Est: $20,000 - $30,000

        Susan Crawford British, b. 1941 Secretariat Oil on canvas Signed, inscribed 'Secretariat, Bold Ruler (USA) - Something Royal (USA), 1970-1989 & dated 2020 Depicted with Clay Arnold, a longtime groom at Claiborne Farm.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • Susan Crawford (1941- ) British. Sketch of a Foal's Head, Oil on Board, 11.75" x 8".
        Nov. 27, 2019

        Susan Crawford (1941- ) British. Sketch of a Foal's Head, Oil on Board, 11.75" x 8".

        Est: £150 - £200

        Susan Crawford (1941- ) British. Sketch of a Foal's Head, Oil on Board, 11.75" x 8".

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • § Susan Crawford (Scottish, b. 1941) 'Altesse Royale' with Yves St Martin up signed lower right "S L Crawford"
        Jun. 12, 2019

        § Susan Crawford (Scottish, b. 1941) 'Altesse Royale' with Yves St Martin up signed lower right "S L Crawford"

        Est: £200 - £300

        § Susan Crawford (Scottish, b. 1941) 'Altesse Royale' with Yves St Martin up signed lower right "S L Crawford" oil on board h:65 w:55 cm Provenance: The Tryon Gallery, 41/42 Dover St, London, W1 Altesse Royale (foaled 1968) was a British Thoroughbred racehorse. In a brief racing career, lasting from October 1970 until September 1971 she ran five times and won four races. In 1971 she won the 1000 Guineas at Newmarket, the Oaks at Epsom and the Irish Oaks at the Curragh. Altesse Royale was injured and retired from racing later that year

        Cheffins
      • Susan Crawford - Great Expectations
        Nov. 18, 2018

        Susan Crawford - Great Expectations

        Est: $25,000 - $30,000

        Susan Crawford (British, born 1941) GREAT EXPECTATIONS – RACING SILKS OF SUSAN CRAWFORD $25,000. – 30,000. Oil on canvas, 36” x 24” Signed, dated 2016 $25,000. – 30,000.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • A Ginger McCain signed limited edition Susan Crawford print of ''Red Rum'', signed by the racehorse
        Nov. 13, 2017

        A Ginger McCain signed limited edition Susan Crawford print of ''Red Rum'', signed by the racehorse

        Est: £150 - £200

        A Ginger McCain signed limited edition Susan Crawford print of ''Red Rum'', signed by the racehorse trainer to the backboard in black marker pen, additionally signed by the artist, numbered 392/500, titled RED RUM, OFF TO WORK ON SOUTHPORT SAND, dated 1974, mounted, framed & glazed, overall 62 by 71cm.; sold together with a second framed print of Red Rum signed to the backboard by Ginger McCain, the work being a portrait of 'Rummy' by David French, overall 34 by 56cm. (2)

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • Susan Crawford (20th/21st century) STUDIES OF PAT TAAFFE AND 'ARKLE' signed, oil on canvas, oval, 54
        Nov. 13, 2017

        Susan Crawford (20th/21st century) STUDIES OF PAT TAAFFE AND 'ARKLE' signed, oil on canvas, oval, 54

        Est: £1,500 - £2,000

        Susan Crawford (20th/21st century) STUDIES OF PAT TAAFFE AND 'ARKLE' signed, oil on canvas, oval, 54.5 by 42.5cm., framed Provenance: Privately commissioned by Anne, Duchess of Westminster. Artist's Resale Rights Please note that this lot is potentially subject to a royalty under EU Artist's Resale Rights legislation. The qualifying threshold for the regulations to be invoked is an auction room hammer price, that excludes buyer's premium & vat, of 1,000 Euros. Please check the sterling equivalent of this figure on the day of sale. If the work sells below 1,000 Euros no royalty is due. If the work sells for 1,000 Euros and above a royalty fee of 4% will be added to the buyer's invoice total. The auctioneer will hand over this royalty charge to DACS, the not-for-profit organisation who collect and distribute the royalty fees to qualifying artists and their estates. For more information on the regulations visit www.dacs.org.uk

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • Hunting :, Susan L Crawford (1941), Limited edition signed coloured print 1
        Oct. 14, 2016

        Hunting :, Susan L Crawford (1941), Limited edition signed coloured print 1

        Est: £30 - £50

        Hunting :, Susan L Crawford (1941), Limited edition signed coloured print 149/500, ' HRH The Prince Of Wales ', Signed and numbered in pencil under, Aperture 21 1/2 x 24 1/2''

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • A group of modern racing prints, i) Susan Crawford ''Pilsudski'', signed, l
        Oct. 26, 2015

        A group of modern racing prints, i) Susan Crawford ''Pilsudski'', signed, l

        Est: £150 - £200

        A group of modern racing prints, i) Susan Crawford ''Pilsudski'', signed, limited edition, 95/250 ii & iii)) a pair by Graham Isom, Turf and All Weather racing at Lingfield Park iv) Claire Eva Burton ''The Hennessy Gold Cup'', limited edition 319/400 all unframed and unmounted

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • A Susan Crawford limited edition print of the racehorse & stallion Sadler's
        Oct. 26, 2015

        A Susan Crawford limited edition print of the racehorse & stallion Sadler's

        Est: £100 - £150

        A Susan Crawford limited edition print of the racehorse & stallion Sadler's Wells, signed by the artist in pencil and numbered 61/600, the image 51 by 66cm., 20 by 36in., mounted, framed & glazed

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • A signed Susan Crawford limited edition print of Lester Piggott, signed to
        Oct. 26, 2015

        A signed Susan Crawford limited edition print of Lester Piggott, signed to

        Est: £120 - £160

        A signed Susan Crawford limited edition print of Lester Piggott, signed to the lower mount by the artist and the jockey, framed & glazed, overall 51 by 44cm., 20 by 17 1/4in.

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • A signed Susan Crawford limited edition print of Lester Piggott, signed to
        Oct. 26, 2015

        A signed Susan Crawford limited edition print of Lester Piggott, signed to

        Est: £150 - £200

        A signed Susan Crawford limited edition print of Lester Piggott, signed to the lower mount by the artist and the jockey, numbered 1460/1500, Lester portrayed unsaddling in the colours of Lord Howard de Walden, framed & glazed, overall 51 by 44cm., 20 by 17 1/4in.

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • *AR SUSANNE CRAWFORD (born 1941) British
        Feb. 25, 2015

        *AR SUSANNE CRAWFORD (born 1941) British

        Est: £30 - £50

        *AR SUSANNE CRAWFORD (born 1941) British Lester Piggott and Park Top Limited edition print Signed and numbered 210/250 and with blind stamp 38 x 48.5 cms, framed and glazed

        Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
      • Susan Crawford (b.1941) - Mesopotamia with Foal in a Wooded Landscape
        Dec. 03, 2014

        Susan Crawford (b.1941) - Mesopotamia with Foal in a Wooded Landscape

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Oil on canvas Signed and dated 1967 lower right 63 x 76 cm. (25 x 30 in) Provenance: ex-collection of Mount Juliet Estate, Co. Kilkenny Please note this lot has a revised estimate of £ 2,000-£ 3,000 IMPORTANT: This lot is sold subject to Artists Resale Rights, details of which can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Crawford, Susan - Free Again
        Nov. 19, 2014

        Crawford, Susan - Free Again

        Est: $6,000 - $8,000

        FREE AGAIN Free Again, a chestnut daughter of champion Stage Door Johnny, was bred in Kentucky by Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Green and William T. Young. Racing for her breeders at three and four, the filly won five times in New York, including a 5 1/4-length allowance victory at Saratoga. After her racing career, Free Again entered stud at Overbrook Farm and was eventually sold at Keeneland to Agricola A., which took her to Italy in foal to Cure the Blues. Inscribed on the back of this painting are notes by Mr. Green noting that John Hay Whitney and Paul Mellon would fly the artist to Lexington to paint their horses. It was on one of these occasions that Green and Young had her paint Free Again, named for the song sung by Barbra Streisand.

        The Sporting Art Auction
      • THE ARKLE COLLECTION
        Nov. 10, 2014

        THE ARKLE COLLECTION

        Est: £30,000 - £50,000

        THE ARKLE COLLECTION A PRIVATE COLLECTION OF MEMORABILIA RELATING TO THE HIGHEST RATED STEEPLECHASER IN THE HISTORY OF NATIONAL HUNT RACING comprising The Arkle saddle, the saddle used by Pat Taaffe for all of Arkle's victories, set with a metal plaque inscribed THIS IS THE SADDLE I USED WHEN I RODE "ARKLE" TO WIN ALL HIS RACES, then engraved with the signature of Pat Taaffe, stirrups a later addition by the current owner for presentation purposes; sold with a scan of an original typescript letter, undated but circa 1970, signed by Neil Durden-Smith, then Secretary of the Anglo-American Sporting Club, on Club letterhead, reading TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN, THIS IS TO AUTHENTICATE THAT ARKLE'S SADDLE, SIGNED BY PAT TAAFFE, AND NOW OWNED BY MR. ARTHUR POWNALL, IS TRULY THE SADDLE USED DURING ALL OF ARKLE'S GREAT VICTORIES, the letter sent in response to a request from Arthur Pownall who had purchased the saddle at an Anglo-American Sporting Club after dinner auction Provenance: Sold at Graham Budd Auctions, 8th November 2010, lot 642. The saddle was donated by Pat Taaffe for an after dinner auction at the Anglo-American Sporting Club in London where it was bought by Mr Arthur Pownall whose family consigned it for the 2010 auction. The Arkle Bridle, an authenticated bridle fixed with original reins worn by Arkle in some of his races, the bit inscribed ARKLE 19.4.1957, RETIRED 8.10.68; sold together with a frame mounted with all the original authentication relating to the sale of the bridle at a charity auction in 1970, including a signed letter of authenticity from T W (Tom) Dreaper on Greenogue headed paper dated 26th November 1970; a related letter from Anthony Fairbairn Secretary of the Racegoers Club, 42 Portman Square; the original purchase cheque made payable to the Arkle Memorial Fund; a press cutting regarding the Arkle Auction; and other items Provenance: Sold at Graham Budd Auctions, 7th November 2011, lot 19. The bridle had been bought at a charity auction following a gala performance of the play 'The Jockey Club Stakes' at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, 9th November 1970. The evening was organised by the Racegoers Club as a principal money raiser for the appeal to erect a Doris Lindner-sculpted statue of Arkle at Cheltenham Racecourse, which of course came to fruition. The auction was conducted by the BBC commentator Peter Bromley and three items of Arkle memorabilia were auctioned. This bridle fetched £150 (although reported as guineas), a silver salver set with one of Arkle's shoes made £280, whilst Pat Taaffe's riding boots were purchased by the Duchess of Westminster for £100. A pair of jockey boots owned and used by Arkle's jockey Pat Taaffe, although not thought to have been used when riding Arkle, black and tan leather, the boot tops with embossed stamps PAT TAAFFE, the soles embossed P. TAAFFE A Desmond Snee (Irish 1957-2005) oil painting of Arkle, signed, oil on canvas portrait of the great steeplechaser surrounded by vignette portraits of all who were associated with his major successes, clockwise from top left, Pat Taaffe (jockey), Anne Duchess of Westminster (owner), Tom Dreaper (trainer), Liam McLoughlin (jockey), T.P. Burns (jockey), Mrs. Mary Baker (breeder), Mark Hely-Hutchinson (amateur jockey) and Paddy Woods (jockey), 76 by 91.5cm., 30 by 36in., framed A Desmond Snee limited edition print of Arkle with Pat Taaffe up, signed by Anne Duchess of Westminster, additionally signed by the artist, this being No.1 from the edition of 475, framed and glazed, 69.5 by 88 cm., 27 by 34 ½ in. A large and stunning colour portrait of Arkle with Pat Taaffe up at Leopardstown, produced, coloured and enlarged from an original photograph by Jim Cashman, framed and glazed, overall 85 by 107cm., 33 ½ by 42in. A Susan Crawford head portrait of Arkle, a print on canvas, 72 by 51cm., 28 by 20in., framed A Jim Cashman photographic print of Arkle at Leopardstown, mounted, framed and glazed, overall 67 by 80cm., 26 ¼ by 31 ½in. A Jack Gibson limited edition print of Arkle with his great rival Mill House beyond, signed in pencil by the artist, numbered 218/550, mounted, Framed and glazed, overall 64 by 72cm., 25 by 28in. A Desmond Snee limited edition print of Arkle, head study, signed by the artist and numbered 57/850, framed and glazed, overall 68 by 55cm., 26 ¾ by 21 ½in. A Martin Alford (contemporary) original watercolour titled ARKLE, HIS FIRST GOLD CUP, CHELTENHAM 1964, signed and dated 2003, the mount with a watercolour vignette of Anne Duchess of Westminster's racing colours above crossed jockey whip and hunting crop motif, the image 30.5 by 38cm., 12 by 15in., framed and glazed. A signed Bernard Parkin photographic print titled ARKLE and PAT TAAFFE, FIRST STEEPLECHASE WIN, CHELTENHAM, 17 NOVEMBER 1962, signed in pencil by the photographer, title legend to lower mount, the image 38 by 30.5cm., 15 by 12in., framed and glazed A further signed Bernard Parkin photographic print titled ARKLE AND PAT TAAFFE, CHELTENHAM, 12 DECEMBER 1964, signed in pencil by the photographer, title legend to lower mount, the image 30.5 by 38cm., 12 by 15in., framed and glazed Four original photographs, Arkle being held by Anne Duchess of Westminster; Betty Dreaper holding a statue of Arkle, Tom Dreaper and Pat Taaffe either side; Arkle eating up in his stable; Arkle being held by his lad, all black and white, 3 in picture frames, the largest 8 by 10 in. The trophy for the Power Gold Cup won by Arkle at Fairyhouse 15 April 1963, a hallmarked silver-gilt (gilding mostly rubbed away) three handled triangular section trophy cup, the body engraved with a "P" in a diamond, the wooden base set with an inscribed presentation plaque, height overall 43cm., 17in. The trophy for the Milltown Chase at Leopardstown won by Arkle 23 April 1963, in the form of a silvered model of a racehorse and jockey on ebonised plinth and stepped base set with an inscribed presentation plaque, height 18cm., 7in. A picture frame containing some strands of hair from Arkle, with the original letter sent from the horse's lad Paddy Woods who was fulfilling a request from a fan, also mounted with two pictures A Beswick china model of Arkle, together with a Coalport limited edition plate of Arkle with artwork by Claire Eva Burton and a Royal Doulton limited edition plate of Arkle with artwork by Roger Coleman; a souvenir china dish with portrait and inscribed "THE MIGHTY ARKLE, IRELAND"; and a Danbury mint china box and cover with a portrait of Arkle by Melvyn Buckley. A retainer agreement between trainer Tom Dreaper and jockey Pat Taaffe, registered at the Turf Club 13 January 1969. A 45rpm single by Dominic Behan "Arkle", published by Piccadilly Records, 1965 A Goffs Bloodstock Sales Catalogue for August 1960 where Arkle was sold by his breeder Mrs Mary Baker as a three year old, offered as lot 148, and described by the auctioneer as "this gelding has just been broken and driven in long reins, but never ridden, 16 hands." A Timeform National Hunt Edition for 1964/5, week commencing 22 March (after the Gold Cup) when his rating hit the 200 mark. Two scarce pictorial brochures, "ARKLE THE HERO OF THE SIXTIES" and "ARKLE THE WONDER HORSE". A collection of 8 Arkle racecards, i) Milltown Steeplechase, Leopardstown, 23 February 1963; ii) The John Jameson Cup, Punchestown, 1 May 1963; iii) Leopardstown Steeplechase, 27 February 1965; iv) Cheltenham Gold Cup, 11 March 1965; v) The Whitbread Gold Cup, Sandown Park, 24 April 1965; vi) Gallaher Gold Cup, Sandown Park, 6 November 1965; & vii) King George VI Steeplechase, Kempton Park, 27 December 1965; viii) Arkle's final race, King George VI Steeplechase, Kempton Park, 26 December 1966 A group of Arkle fan mail from the 1960's, including get well soon cards following his injury at Kempton Park on Boxing Day 1966, the group including an envelope that was simply addressed to "Arkle, Ireland" and duly arrived without any problems Miscellaneous, books & publications on or featuring Arkle, plus a quantity of press cuttings, a video and other incidentals Arkle is universally regarded as being the greatest steeplechaser of all time. His Timeform rating of 212 has never been eclipsed. A stable companion of Arkle named Flyingbolt reached 210. In recent times Sprinter Sacre 192 and Kauto Star 191 have come closest on Timeform ratings. The gelding was bred by Mary Baker at Malahow near Naul in Co Dublin, and was foaled at the Ballymacoll Stud, Co. Meath. He carried the colours of Anne, Duchess of Westminster, was trained by Tom Dreaper at Greenogue, Kilsallaghan, Co. Dublin, and was ridden in most of his races by Pat Taaffe. Arkle won a total of 27 victories from 35 races and was the first steeplechaser to capture the imagination of the public including those in general with little or no interest in horse racing. Arkle won three consecutive Cheltenham Gold Cups between 1964 and 1966, whilst other major victories included the King George VI Chase (1965), the Irish Grand National (1964), two Hennessy Gold Cups (1964 & 1965), three Leopardstown Chases (1964-1966 inc.), a Whitbread Gold Cup (1965), the Gallagher Gold Cup (1965), the Punchestown Gold Cup (1963) and the Powers Gold Cup (1963). There would almost certainly have been more but for a career ending injury sustained in the 1966 King George. In Ireland Arkle gained legendary status and received fan mail within envelopes simply addressed "Himself, Ireland." His commemorations include a statue at Cheltenham Racecourse, who also host the Arkle Challenge Trophy at the Festival Meeting, whist the Arkle Novices' Chase is run at Leopardstown annual. The horse was the subject of a song by Dominic Behan and of a Republic of Ireland postage stamp issued in 1981 to mark the 25th anniversary of his retirement. After his death, Arkle's skeleton was put on display at the Museum at the Irish National Stud, Tully, Co. Kildare. 2014 marked the 50th anniversary of his first Cheltenham Gold Cup win.

        Graham Budd Auctions
      • Susan Crawford, signed limited edition print of
        Oct. 01, 2014

        Susan Crawford, signed limited edition print of

        Est: £60 - £100

        Susan Crawford, signed limited edition print of HRH The Prince of Wales, in glazed gilt frame, Neil Cawthorne, signed limited edition print, signed by The Duke of Beaufort and three other signed prints (5)

        Reeman Dansie
      • Susan Crawford (British, b.1941) Assessing the
        Feb. 20, 2014

        Susan Crawford (British, b.1941) Assessing the

        Est: £10 - £20

        Susan Crawford (British, b.1941) Assessing the field, signed and numbered in pencil, 204/250, limited edition lithograph, AJL blindstamp, 51cm x 41cm, together with a racing print after Byam Shaw, 'Towing the Line' (2)

        Mallams
      • Susan Crawford (born 1941), portrait of Lester
        May. 22, 2013

        Susan Crawford (born 1941), portrait of Lester

        Est: £400 - £600

        Susan Crawford (born 1941), portrait of Lester Piggott in the colours of Charles Engelhard at Tattenham Corner, Epsom, oil on board, signed and dated 1974, 73cm x 54cm.DDS

        Bellmans Auctioneers
      • Susan Crawford (born 1941), portrait of Lester
        Mar. 20, 2013

        Susan Crawford (born 1941), portrait of Lester

        Est: £600 - £1,000

        Susan Crawford (born 1941), portrait of Lester Piggott in the colours of Charles Engelhard at Tattenham Corner, Epsom, oil on board, signed and dated 1974, 73cm x 54cm.DDS

        Bellmans Auctioneers
      • Susan Crawford (b.1941) British Assessing the Field
        Jul. 02, 2012

        Susan Crawford (b.1941) British Assessing the Field

        Est: €300 - €400

        signed by the artist lower right, bears blindstamp lower left

        Morgan O'Driscoll
      • Susan Crawford (b.1941) British Lester on the Scales
        Jul. 02, 2012

        Susan Crawford (b.1941) British Lester on the Scales

        Est: €200 - €300

        signed lower left by the artist

        Morgan O'Driscoll
      • Susan Crawford (b.1941) British
        Oct. 17, 2011

        Susan Crawford (b.1941) British

        Est: €1,000 - €1,500

        Arcle with Pat Taffe limited edition print 122/250 signed by: Anne of Westminster, Tom Draper, Pat Taffe & Susan Crawford (50 x 40 cm) (19.75 x 15.75 in)

        Morgan O'Driscoll
      • After Susan l Crawford (1941- ) A coloured print
        Oct. 12, 2007

        After Susan l Crawford (1941- ) A coloured print

        Est: £30 - £40

        After Susan l Crawford (1941- ) A coloured print 'We Three Kings' Arkle, Red Rum and Desert Orchid

        Claydon Auctioneers
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