30 | Henry Stull<br>  <i>(American, 1851-1913)</i><br><br>TOURNAMENT<br>$5,000. – 7,000.<br><br><strong>Sale Price: $5,175.</strong>

Oil on canvas, 10” x 14”
Signed, dated 1898

Provenance: Carspecken Scott Gallery, Wilmington, DE

Tournament was bred in California by James Ben Ali Haggin, of Elmendorf Farm fame, and was raced by George Hearst, a wealthy businessman, U. S. senator, and father of William Randolph Hearst. He won the Great Eastern Handicap at 2, and at 3 he took the Lawrence Realization Stakes, Jerome Handicap, Choice Stakes, and Omnium Handicap. He was considered the best 3-year-old male of the 1890s.