Off Duty/Favourite Hunters The Property of General Shubrick
48.5 x 77 cm
Printed below image Off Duty / Painted by William Barraud / Engraved by W. T. Davey / London: Published by L. Brall & Sons, 6 Gt Prescot Street.E.
This work is represented in the collection of the British Museum.
Details of horses are as follows:
“1. Barmaid, a wan mare, thorough-bred by Augustus out of Constantia by Camel, a first rate hunter and fast 2. Thalia, a brown mare, thorough-bred, by Augustus out of Toso by Rainbow, a famous hunter and master of weight 3. No-End-To-Him, a grey mare very first rate hunter, fast as the wind, bred by Harry Verelst, Esq,,r of Aston Hall, Rotherham, Yorkshire got by the celebrated Arabian horse Champion, property of the late Duke Of Leeds out of a thorough-bred mare 4. Van Amburgh, a rich bay, bred by the late Marquis Westminster, by Pantaloon out of Devey, ran second to Coronation for the Derby in 1841.”