“Turf, With Jockey Up, at Newmarket,” by George Stubbs. Credit Emon Hassan for The New York Times
George Townley Stubbs - Assheton, 1.Viscount Curzon, mit seiner Stute Maria
George Townley Stubbs - 'Dungannon', the property of Colonel O'Kelly, painted in a paddock with a sheep, 1793
The Godolphin Arabian has been the subject of romantic portrayals, like in Marguerite Henry's King of the Wind. Here's the real history.
Warren Hastings Esq. on his Arabian Horse, after a painting by George Stubbs, 1796 1724-1806 by George Stubbs
Cavalo Cachorro Amigos No Campo
Firetail with his Trainer on Newmarket Heath by George Stubbs
George Stubbs (1724‑1806), Title: Otho, with John Larkin up, ca. 1768. Otho was a bay colt foaled in 1760 by Moses out of Miss Vernon. He was bred and first owned by the Hon. Richard Vernon (1726-1800), a founder-member of the Jockey Club.