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The Trowbridge Newmarket Horse Jumbo pays tribute to the power, speed and grace of stunning race horses. The photograph captures the majestic power of the animal.
The photograph is available in two sizes, including Jumbo.
Sepia photography is a specialised treatment that gives black-and-white photographic print a warmer tone and enhances its archival qualities. The beautiful brown colour of the horse comes to life with sepia photography.
Newmarket is an English town with a rich royal history and where the thoroughbred racehorse is king. Horse racing - the 'sport of kings' - was born in Newmarket three and a half centuries ago and exported around the world.
Product Code: TA_JS536_624L Brand: Trowbridge Usually dispatched within: 4 - 5 Weeks
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