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Miscellaneous Horse Racing Collection (5)

Miscellaneous Horse Racing Collection (5)

1.  Jerome Park Steeplechase Game by McLoughlin Brothers. The inside top portion of the box contains a handwritten note stating it was presented to Harry by his mother and that it was purchased in New Orleans, La., February 20, 1885. The Wood & cardboard box, slightly concave, has a nice lithograph on top showing two horses jumping over a low fence with two other thoroughbreds having thrown their jockeys. Contents include:a. Four section game board opens up to 24 1/4” L x 13 ½”: W. It has excellent graphics and the game rules are printed on the board.b. Six horses wth wooden holders are present. All horses & jockeys have no tears.c. Wooden shaker for dice.5. Kentucky Derby magazine for 1942, in excellent condition, featuring Whirlaway on the cover with pictures inside of the horse’s victory in the prior year’s Derby.All items are very rare, fully operational, and very difficult to obtain.

Past Sports Card, Memorabilia, Non-Sports Card and Collecitble Auction Items

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Red Pollard's Seabiscuit Saddle
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Charles Howard Signed Sea Biscuit Print
Red Pollard in his Tragic 1938 Spill
Seabiscuit and Trainer Tom Smith (1937)
Kentucky Derby - Churchill Downs
Seabiscuit v. Ligaroti (1938)
Seabiscuit v. Kayak II (1940)