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Winner at Bombay, Mysore, Bangalore, Newmarket and Epsom. From a portrait made at Bangalore.
Dressage: Four examples of the courbette, where the horse jumps in rotation on its hind legs.
Syrian Turkman owned by Napolean III with key to terms used for the anatomy of a horse.
Teckel or Long-Haired Dachsund.
RARE: Lanercost. Bay Arabian Stallion, winner at Calcutta, Lucknow and Meerat 1886-88. After a portrait by James Clark.
Horse leaping. Caprioles par le Droite. Bolsover House behind.
Winner at Hyderabad and Bombay. After a painting by M Roods.
Cockerel with descriptive text: Founded in 1698, the SPCK is the oldest Anglican mission and publishing house of the Church of England.
Arab Pony Charger of General Sir Hope Grant. In the Indian Mutiny of 1859 & Chinese Campaign.
Balottades par le Droite. With Bolsover Castle in the background. Plate 32.
Owned by the Maharajah of Jodhpore and winner of numerous races in 1880-85. After a portrait presented to Tweedie from the Maharajah.
Parade in a trot left and right.
Dressage. Capriolles sur les Voltes a Main Gauche. With Bolsover Castle in the background.
PAIR: Coach Traveling in the South of Ireland in 1856. Dropping a Passenger and Taking Passenger.
Five paces; Lunging, Trot, Walk, Gallop and Pacing Trot.
Equus caballus originating from the Arabian peninsula
RARE: Hermit. Grey Arabian Stallion, exemplar of the breed brought to England by Maj General and Mrs Turnbull. After a portrait by James Clark.
Winner of the St. Leger, 1847.
Winner at Mysore and owned by the Aga Sultan Muhammad Shah of Bombay. From a portrait presented to Tweedie by the Aga Khan.
One of the Greyhound (Levrier) class.
Dressage. Demy-air parle Droite. With Bolsover Castle in the background.
Four types of Jump; Standing, Flying, Buck (Bank) and Water.
After Charles Hancock.
Horse Cart after the Edwardian artist known as Cow Cooper.
After Sir David Wilkie.
18th century stables at Holnicote Porlock Vale By the artist known as ‘.the grand old man of British sporting art’.
Gold Pencilled Hamburghs. Cock and Hen.
Horses completing a demivolte on both the left and right hand side. Plate 22.
White Leghorns. Cock and Hen.
The Cowshed after the Edwardian artist known as Cow Cooper.
Alpaca: Lima pacos. Breed in captivity and drawn from life at the society’s Vivarium.
State Carriage horse of Queen Victoria.
Groupades par le Droite. With Bolsover Castle in the background. Plate 31.
After John Herring.
St Bernard Fold out Canine Anatomy.
Bedlington and Dandie Dinmont. Geordie and Doctor.
Four horses with riders performing for a central figure. Plate 29.
Red Poll Steer 2nd Prize Smithfield 1902.
Tack Room, Stable Plans and details of fittings.
From a Sketch from Nature after the Edwardian artist known as Cow Cooper.
Four techniques. Riding close to the ground on the right and left rein. Riding to the wall on the right and left rein.
Four examples of leaps; Balotades,Groupade, Caprioles and demi-Air de ferme.
From a Sketch at Barnet Fair after the Edwardian artist known as Cow Cooper.
Black curly coated Retriever.
Arabian Stallion gifted to Queen Victoria by the Imam of Muscat and the Godolphn Bard.