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The Jockeys of Vanity Fair

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The British magazine Vanity Fair, featured around 2000 wonderful caricatures in its 43 year history, amongst those satired were politicians, cricketers, the legal profession and jockeys. There were 33 jockey cartoons in all.  England 1869 – 1912

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Arthur Templeman, who started his career at 10 years of age, was a very successful jockey who tucked away many a big win under his silks. 

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Fred Webb was born into the profession, being the nephew of one of the most respected trainers of his era, Tom Brown.

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Herbert Jones – After trying a variety of sporting careers he settled into a life on the turf and became known as “a King’s jockey”.

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Danny Maher was born in Connecticut and was one of five American jockeys to be featured in the Vanity Fair series.

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