Our specialist horse racing memorabilia auction in partnership with Weatherbys
We are honored to announce our partnership with the esteemed company Weatherbys for the forthcoming special Horse Racing Memorabilia Auction. As two renowned names in their respective fields, this collaboration represents a momentous occasion for both horse racing enthusiasts and collectors alike.
The auction will take place at the prestigious Newmarket's National Horse Racing Museum on the 16th October, a fitting venue that echoes the rich history and tradition of the sport. Together, we aim to curate an extraordinary collection of horse racing memorabilia that celebrates the timeless charm and legacy of this beloved sport.
As one of the oldest and most reputable names in the world of horse racing, Weatherbys' legacy and expertise are unmatched. Their longstanding commitment to preserving the heritage of the sport and providing essential services to the racing community make them an ideal collaborator for this momentous occasion. With Weatherbys' vast network and invaluable insights, we are confident in delivering a truly remarkable auction that pays homage to the illustrious history of horse racing. Together, Graham Budd Auctions and Weatherbys aim to offer collectors and enthusiasts a chance to own and cherish a piece of equestrian history, ensuring that these cherished items continue to be celebrated for generations to come.
Lester Piggott's signed work helmet and goggles
The St Leger Winning Jockey's cap awarded to Pat Eddery for his victory on Silver Patriarch in 1997
A Gucci ladies Italian silk scarf designed with the winning jockeys colours for Ascot's King
The winning jockey’s trophy presented to Pat Eddery for the victory on Dancing Brave in the 1986
Rosa Corder (1853-1893) Portrait of the Jockey Fred Archer signed, oil on canvas, executed in 1883
Lester Piggott's rider's board from Dublin's defunct Phoenix Park racecourse
John Alfred Wheeler senior (1821-1903) Ormonde with Fred Archer Up and the trainer John Porter