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Turning For Home by Stephen Smith.


Turning For Home by Stephen Smith.

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PRINTLimited edition of 500 prints. Image size 19.5 inches x 15 inches (50cm x 38cm) Harding, Brian
+ Artist : Stephen Smith


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Brian Harding
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Brian Harding is one of the country's leading jockeys. Over the past 5 seasons (figures from 2010) Brian Harding has won 3 NHF races out of 64, 40 victories over Hurdles out of 713 and chase haivng won 48 victories out of 476 races.
Artist Details : Stephen Smith
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Stephen Smith

His definitive and deliberate style is very popular with clients wanting a portrait or action oil painting of a particular horse. Not only is Stephen's style sought after in the UK and Ireland but commissions have arrived from U.S.A. and Japan. He has three originals hanging in the reception at Coolmore (IRE) and other clients include Mick Kinane (2), Derek Thompson (2), Kieren Fallon, Jamie Spencer, Richard Hills, Timmy Hyde and Aidan O'Brien.

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