The 100th Time Around / 32" x 41"
A Tribute to the Black Jockeys of Horse Racing
LIMITED EDITION PRINT
Available for the first time, Bloodline Publishers offers a limited edition print, in two sizes, of the original art created by Stephen Hall for the cover of Louisville Magazine commemorating the 100th Kentucky Derby. This powerful artwork, created in 1974, is a tribute to the black jockeys who were the original riders of the Derby.
The original ink drawing (22” x 28”) depicts four of the major black jockeys of horse racing: in the lead is Oliver Lewis riding Aristide in the first Kentucky Derby in 1875 followed by Isaac Murphy, Jimmy Winkfield and James “Soup” Perkins.
The drawing evokes a carousel theme making the horses seem like they are flying around the racetrack.
• Signed by the artist
• Certificate of Authenticity.
• 20” x 25.5” / rich black ink on heavy, museum-quality, archival paper. Edition of 200
• 32" x 41” / rich black ink on heavy, museum-quality, archival paper. Edition of 50