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Sporting Memorabilia Sale - November 7th 2016

Monday, November 7, 2016  |  10:30 AM EUR (GMT)
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Graham Budd Auctions


020 8366 2525

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Day 1: Sporting Memoribilia - Horse Racing, Greyhound Racing, Coursing, Hunting, Cricket, Golf, Baseball, Billiards & Snooker, Field Hockey, Boxing,Racquet Sports, Rugby, Athletics, Olympic Games
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Hoof of the celebrated champion racehorse and stallion ''Bayardo'', preserv

Hoof of the celebrated champion racehorse and stallion ''Bayardo'', preserv

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 737)      

Hoof of the celebrated champion racehorse and stallion ''Bayardo'', preserved and mounted with gold-plate as an inkwell by the famous London taxidermist and publisher Rowland Ward Ltd., surmounted by a figurine of the thoroughbred and with the hoof engraved BAYARDO Bayardo was a bay colt foaled in 1906 by Bay Ronald out of Galicia and was a top two-year-old winning the Richmond, Middle Park and Dewhurst Stakes. He had preparation problems for the Guineas and Derby but when he was right again recorded a remarkable sequence of 11 consecutive victories including the Prince of Wales's Stakes, Eclipse Stakes, St Leger and Champion Stakes. The colt stayed in training as a four-year-old and won four races including the Chester Vase and his primary target the Ascot Gold Cup. He retired with 22 career victories from 25 starts. Bayardo then became an influential stallion standing at his owner's Mr ''Fairie'' Cox's Manton Stud. He was leading sire in 1917 & 1918 and produced two First World War period Triple Crown winners Gainsborough and Gay Crusader, as well as the Oaks winning filly Bayuda. Bayardo died aged 11 after he contracted thrombosis.

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Hoof of ''Quaesitum'' winner of the Chester Cup and the Ascot Gold Vase in

Hoof of ''Quaesitum'' winner of the Chester Cup and the Ascot Gold Vase in

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Hoof of ''Quaesitum'' winner of the Chester Cup and the Ascot Gold Vase in 1894, converted as an ink well with the lid inscribed as above, lacking hinge pin; and another preserved hoof for St HELEN, 1884-1905, presumed to have been in the same ownership as Quaesitum (2) Quaesitum was owned by Lord Penryhn (1836-1907), a landowner and prominent figure in the Welsh slate industry as the owner of Penryhn Quarry in North Wales. Quaesitum also recorded career victories in the Westmoreland Plate, Lincoln Autumn Cup, Houghton Stakes & Wiverton Stakes.

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A superb and very large ledger titled ''Beckhampton House'' complied by the

A superb and very large ledger titled ''Beckhampton House'' complied by the

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 737)      

A superb and very large ledger titled ''Beckhampton House'' complied by the racehorse trainer Sam Darling, beginning with a fine signed photograph of Darling, containing extensive cutting from magazines & newspapers providing a record of the trainer's triumphs, plus racing memorabilia including many original photographs of horses (Ard Patrick, Slieve Gallion, Wild Flower and of Beckhampton generally, a memento of Galtee More's 1897 Derby, letters from Lord Lonsdale, Duke of Beaufort, Mat Dawson, Charles Boon (Mills & Boon), H.R.H. Prince Christian, Lord Rosebery, Marcus Beresford, wedding invite from Lord Henry Grosvenor for the marriage of his daughter Dorothy to Lord Dalmeny, Sports Day at Beckhampton to commemorate Willonyx's 1911 Gold Cup win, photographs of Violet Darling's wedding in East Africa, photographs from Darling's world travel, 1830s Worcester racecards, tail hair from the King's Derby winner Minoru, The byword for the yard at Beckhampton was perfect order for thirty three years, under the care of Sam Darling Snr. In addition to the winners of seven classics, Darling also trained the great Willonyx, winner of the Ascot Gold Cup and the Cesarewitch. When he retired in 1913 his son Fred Darling (see lots 4 & 5) succeeded him at Beckhampton and became a highly succesful trainer winning a record-equalling seven Derbys and crowned champion trainer on six occasions. He also bred the Derby winner Pinza. His other son Sam Darling (Jnr) was already training at Newmarket.

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A record book for Fred Darling's Blacklands Stud at Calne, Wiltshire, inclu

A record book for Fred Darling's Blacklands Stud at Calne, Wiltshire, inclu

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 737)      

A record book for Fred Darling's Blacklands Stud at Calne, Wiltshire, including manuscript details of the mating of Pasqua with Chanteur 26th February 1949 and the resultant foaling of the future Derby winner Pinza 2nd February 1950, the book containing details from 1947 to 1958; sold with three other items relating to thoroughbred breeding (4) Pinza famously provided champion jockey Gordon Richards with his one and only Derby winner during his long and extraordinarily successful career.

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Memorabilia relating to Fred Darling and Beckhampton, including original ph

Memorabilia relating to Fred Darling and Beckhampton, including original ph

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Memorabilia relating to Fred Darling and Beckhampton, including original photographs, Beckhampton photo folders/stud card with portraits of Big Game, Sun Chariot, Owen Tudor, Bois Roussel, Noble Star, a Doncaster Bloodstock Sales Catalogue 1921, and other miscellaneous items

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The travelling case of the jockey Steve Donoghue, vintage crocodile skin ca

The travelling case of the jockey Steve Donoghue, vintage crocodile skin ca

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The travelling case of the jockey Steve Donoghue, vintage crocodile skin case, the lid inscribed gilt S. D the fitted interior containing a large selection of men's grooming items bearing SD monograms, the case with outer canvas protector Provenance: Consigned by the grandson of Dorothy Thomas, a close friend of Steve Donoghue.

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Large and impressive portrait of the champion jockey Steve Donoghue, artist

Large and impressive portrait of the champion jockey Steve Donoghue, artist

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 737)      

Large and impressive portrait of the champion jockey Steve Donoghue, artist overpainted 30 by 24in. photograph, titled plaque inscribed STEVE DONOGHUE, IN THE COLOURS OF JAMES WHITE, ESQUIRE, period elaborate gilt frame (damages), overall 85 by 82cm. Provenance: Consigned by the grandson of Dorothy Thomas, a close friend of Steve Donoghue.

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Frank Algernon Stewart (1877-1945) THE DERBY 1925: MANNA S.DONOGHUE, ZIONIS

Frank Algernon Stewart (1877-1945) THE DERBY 1925: MANNA S.DONOGHUE, ZIONIS

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Frank Algernon Stewart (1877-1945) THE DERBY 1925: MANNA S.DONOGHUE, ZIONIST, B.CARSLAKE signed, watercolour & bodycolour en grisaille, the image 41 by 33cm., printed title to mount, framed & glazed, overall 66 by 57cm. Provenance: Consigned by the grandson of Dorothy Thomas, a close friend of Steve Donoghue.

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After Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959) HUMOURIST AND DONOGHUE (GOING OUT TO

After Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959) HUMOURIST AND DONOGHUE (GOING OUT TO

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After Sir Alfred Munnings (1878-1959) HUMOURIST AND DONOGHUE (GOING OUT TO THE DERBY 1921) colour lithograph, published by Frost & Reed Ltd., mounted, framed & glazed, 68.5 by 78.5cm. Provenance: Consigned by the grandson of Dorothy Thomas, a close friend of Steve Donoghue.

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A broadsheet published for the 1902 Liverpool Grand National Meeting, print

A broadsheet published for the 1902 Liverpool Grand National Meeting, print

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 737)      

A broadsheet published for the 1902 Liverpool Grand National Meeting, printed with the declarations for the three day meeting including the National won that year by Shannon Lass, framed & glazed, 74 by 57cm. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A Tophams Ltd. Plan of the Liverpool Racecourse for Police Requirements, Ga

A Tophams Ltd. Plan of the Liverpool Racecourse for Police Requirements, Ga

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 737)      

A Tophams Ltd. Plan of the Liverpool Racecourse for Police Requirements, Gates, Approaches, Crossings etc., detailed surveyor's plan of the entire racecourse, 62 by 75cm.; together with a quantity of other Grand National memorabilia including metal Martell sponsor's badges, also some badges for the Velka Pardubicka; cardboard day pass for 1949; books of matches featuring portraits of National winners 1971 to 1982; a few vintage photographs, Player's cigarette cards, booklets & ephemera; a book of Famous Sporting Prints - Grand National; a framed set of 25 Player's Grand National cigarette cards; and a wooden carving by an amateur hand portraying a disappointed John White aboard Esha Ness in the void 1993 Grand National (a qty.) Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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The Aintree Racecourse set of parade ring grooms' armbands, a green painted

The Aintree Racecourse set of parade ring grooms' armbands, a green painted

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The Aintree Racecourse set of parade ring grooms' armbands, a green painted pine box, the lid inscribed gilt TOPHAMS LTD., the fitted interior containing a quantity of metal armbands with elasticated fastenings, and sets of different coloured cards for races 1 to 6 inscribed with the horses' racecard numbers, plus some additional cards inscribed 'non runner' and for selling races 'to be sold', this historic item of memorabilia was employed for many years for Grand Nationals and all races at Aintree, 56 by 23 by 16cm. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A group of six Grand National Course fence flags from the race sponsorship

A group of six Grand National Course fence flags from the race sponsorship

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A group of six Grand National Course fence flags from the race sponsorship era, comprising: i & ii) white Ladbroke's bookmakers flags with red text, on inscribed in the hand of Ossie Dale 1979 iii to v) white Sun Newspaper flags with red text from the 1983 Grand National vi) a red Seagram flag with white text various sizes The first commercial sponsor of the race was Ladbroke's in 1976. The Sun newspaper sponsored the Grand National in 1983. Seagram sponsored the race between 1984 and 1991. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Grand National Course Becher's Brook fence flag, a white B on a red backgro

Grand National Course Becher's Brook fence flag, a white B on a red backgro

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Grand National Course Becher's Brook fence flag, a white B on a red background, 40 by 46cm. Red coloured flags were flown at fences on the inside of track, with white flags flown on the outside. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Grand National Course Valentine's Brook fence flag, a red V on a white back

Grand National Course Valentine's Brook fence flag, a red V on a white back

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Grand National Course Valentine's Brook fence flag, a red V on a white background, 40 by 48cm. Red coloured flags were flown at fences on the inside of track, with white flags flown on the outside. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A racing plate worn by L'Escargot when winning the 1975 Grand National, mou

A racing plate worn by L'Escargot when winning the 1975 Grand National, mou

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A racing plate worn by L'Escargot when winning the 1975 Grand National, mounted onto a wooden shield painted in the chocolate & pale blue racing colours of the owner Raymond R. Guest, United States Ambassador to Ireland, set with a gilt-metal plaque inscribed THIS PLATE WAS WORN BY L'ESCARGOT WHEN WINNING 1975 NATIONAL AND PRESENTED TO MR. OSSIE DALE, PADDOCK YARD STABLES, AINTREE, length 30.5cm. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Rare hallmarked silver medallion struck with portraits of Easter Hero and j

Rare hallmarked silver medallion struck with portraits of Easter Hero and j

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Rare hallmarked silver medallion struck with portraits of Easter Hero and jockey Fred Rees, in paper box; sold together with a cased hallmarked silver medallion commemorating L'Escargot (2) Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Two of Ossie Dale's Racecourse Stables record books, the first with records

Two of Ossie Dale's Racecourse Stables record books, the first with records

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 737)      

Two of Ossie Dale's Racecourse Stables record books, the first with records 1945 to 1962 and recording the box numbers where horses engaged in races at Aintree were stabled; with a smaller supplementary item known as a 'bed book', overall an historical record worth preserving (2) Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A collection of 49 Aintree race badges, for the Liverpool County Stand, gen

A collection of 49 Aintree race badges, for the Liverpool County Stand, gen

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 737)      

A collection of 49 Aintree race badges, for the Liverpool County Stand, gentlemen's badges for 1919 to 1927, 1929 to 1937, 1939, 1947, 1948, 1951 (two), 1953 to 1956, 1957 (two), 1958 (two) & 1969; and ladies badges for 1919, 1924 to 1927, 1929 to 1933, 1939, 1947, 1948, 1951, 1956, 1957 & 1959, in a cloth lined glass fronted display case, 53 by 38cm. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A collection of racing badges for British racecourses, mounted onto a paint

A collection of racing badges for British racecourses, mounted onto a paint

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 737)      

A collection of racing badges for British racecourses, mounted onto a painted hardwood panel, dating between 1980s and 2000s, the collection includes the now defunct courses of Folkestone & Hereford but was created before the opening of Chelmsford City & Ffos Las so these are not represented, the other badges comprising: Aintree (x 2), Ascot, Ayr, Bangor-on-Dee, Bath, Beverley, Brighton, Carlisle, Cartmel, Catterick Bridge, Cheltenham, Chepstow, Chester, Doncaster, Epsom Downs, Exeter, Fakenham, Fontwell Park, Goodwood, Hamilton Park, Haydock Park, Hexham, Huntingdon, Kelso, Kempton Park, Leicester, Lingfield Park, Ludlow, Market Rasen, Musselburgh, Newbury, Newcastle, Newmarket, Newton Abbot, Nottingham, Perth, Plumpton, Pontefract, Redcar, Ripon, Salisbury, Sandown Park, Sedgefield, Southwell, Stratford-on-Avon, Taunton, Thirsk, Towcester, Uttoxeter, Warwick, Wetherby, Wincanton, Windsor, Wolverhampton, Worcester, Yarmouth & York, 76 by 75cm. Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A collection of Grand National racecards, for 1955, 1957, 1964 to 1969, 197

A collection of Grand National racecards, for 1955, 1957, 1964 to 1969, 197

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 737)      

A collection of Grand National racecards, for 1955, 1957, 1964 to 1969, 1971, 1977 (Red Rum's third win), 1978 to 1996, for 1997 a regular & complimentary racecard, a fence-by-fence guide, and a complimentary Monday National racecard; 1998 to 2000, 2002 & 2006 Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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A collection of 48 Aintree racecards, 6 Grand National cards for 1968, 1977

A collection of 48 Aintree racecards, 6 Grand National cards for 1968, 1977

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 737)      

A collection of 48 Aintree racecards, 6 Grand National cards for 1968, 1977 (Red Rum's third win),1980, 1982, 1985 & 1991; a group of 32 Aintree Spring Meeting racecards for the non--National days dating between 1950 and 1999; and 10 racecards for the Liverpool Autumn Meeting including two pre-war cards, 8.11.1935 & 10.11.37 Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Racecard for the racecourse debut of Red Rum as a two-year-old in the Thurs

Racecard for the racecourse debut of Red Rum as a two-year-old in the Thurs

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 737)      

Racecard for the racecourse debut of Red Rum as a two-year-old in the Thursby Selling Plate at Aintree Friday 7th April 1967, already gelded, running in the black & pink quartered, black cap, colours of his first owner Mr Maurice Kingsley, trained by Tim Molony and although not stated on the racecard ridden by Paul Cook, the pair dead-heating for first place with the filly Curlicue; sold together with another Aintree racecard featuring Red Rum, 27th March 1969, the day Red Rum finished 2nd in the Lancashire Hurdle, on this occasion in the ownership of Mrs L Brotherton, trained by Bobby Renton and ridden by Paddy Broderick (2) Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Racecard for the final day of racing at Manchester Racecourse 9th November

Racecard for the final day of racing at Manchester Racecourse 9th November

Lot # 24 (Sale Order: 24 of 737)      

Racecard for the final day of racing at Manchester Racecourse 9th November 1963, sold together with a racecard for the final flat meeting at Bogside 19th September 1964; the lot also including racecards for the 1980 Melbourne Cup & Spring Carnival; and a pamphlet in Czech-language being an account of the first Velka Pardubicka in 1874, perhaps published as a centenary souvenir (5) Provenance: The Collection of the late Ossie Dale.

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Racing plate worn by Arkle when winning the Gallagher Gold Cup at Sandown P

Racing plate worn by Arkle when winning the Gallagher Gold Cup at Sandown P

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Racing plate worn by Arkle when winning the Gallagher Gold Cup at Sandown Park in 1965, the plate silvered and set on a slice of fossilised wood and overlaid with a hallmarked silver model of a thoroughbred's head, the outside of the plate inscribed ARKLE 1965 GOLD CUP WON BY 20L TOOK 17 SEC OFF COURSE REC WITH TOP WEIGHT OF 12-7, 16.5 by 16cm. Of all the races won by the legendary Irish steeplechaser Arkle, the 1965 Gallagher Gold Cup at Sandown Park is often cited by commentators to have been his greatest ever performance. Carrying top-weight of 12st. 7lb. and conceding 16lb. to his great rival and 1973 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Mill House, Arkle won the race and broke the 3 miles course record by 17 seconds. Arkle's time has never been surpassed in the proceeding 51 years. The plate was discovered and purchased by a sports memorabilia collector at Covent Garden Antiques Market in central London.

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