Horse Races Cartoons

Memorials of the Great Exhibition - 1851 - No. XXVI - The Great Derby Race For Eighteen Hundred and Fifty-one.

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Two Men At The Races.

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Day Before the Derby.

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Brown: 'Confound it! Done again! I lose on every race. Here's your shilling.' Barber: 'Couldn't think of taking it, sir. Just won £500 on te Hascot Cup!'

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Nothing Like Doing It Thoroughly.

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Gentlemen riders, who are so like professional jocks, you can hardly tell the difference!

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A day's pleasure.

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The betting fever.

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The steeple-chase. Man reads a sign stating that no horseman is allowed to follow the racehorses over the course.

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Prehistoric Peeps: Even the 'Derby' had its primeval counterpart.

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The Epsom Derby - Omnibus Squeezes Past Crowds

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A Capital Place.

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Going Cheap.

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Derby Day (Time 11am).

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The road-side on the Derby day

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Owner: 'Why didn't you ride as I told you? Didn't I tell you to force the pace early and come away at the corner?' Jockey: 'Yes m'Lord, but I couldn't very well leave the horse behind.'

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Gentlemen Riders

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Man writing to excuse himself from work so he can go to the derby

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Preparing for the Derby. 'I say, mister, just put us up a couple of green weils, will yer? The dust is so uncommon disagreeable a-driving down to Hepsom!'

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Pompous horse rider pt. 1

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Racy Sketches

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A small young swell chaperoning a tall lady to the races

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Coster talking to friend about the races

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His First Book: 'Look here, I've taken ten to one against Blueglass and I've given twelve to one against him! What do I stand to win?'

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