THE QUEEN'S CUP, ASCOT, 1861: A VICTORIAN SILVER TROPHY MARK OF R & S GARRARD, LONDON, 1848; THE DESIGN ATTRIBUTED TO EDMUND COTTERILL Of ewer form, on circular foot chased with fruit, the baluster stem with three beaded scroll brackets, the lobed bowl chased with strapwork and applied with pendant fruit and flowers, the removable upper section formed as grassy hill set with a buffalo hunt, two Indians on horseback, sold for 194,000 Gbp
The Kentucky Derby Trophy - 56 ounces of gold aand the most coveted trophy in horse racing in America. This is an old version-in 1999 the design was changed so the horseshoe points up - to keep the "good luck" inside.
The Woodlawn Vase. The elegant Woodlawn Vase, originally created by Tiffany and Company in 1860 as a trophy for the now defunct Woodlawn Racing Association in Louisville, is presented annually to the Preakness winner.