Fighting Stallions

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– George Stubbs’ drawings of horses were not only drawn for artistic purposes. When he published The Anatomy of the Horse, scientists all over Europe congratulated him. The book was also well received by members of the Jockey Club.
– Fighting Stallions can add a competitive element to any room. Hang it in a place where you need to inspire and motivate people.

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Fighting Stallions was painted by George Stubbs in 1791.  It depicts a brown and a pale horse fighting each other.  The pale horse grabs the hair of the brown horse with his mouth.  The brown horse repels him by pushing his foot against the neck of his opponent.  This painting is now at the British Sporting Art Trust in Newmarket, Suffolk.

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