42 | Henry Stull<br>  <i>(American, 1851–1913)</i><br><br>TRADITION WITH JOCKEY UP<br>$3,000. – $5,000.<br><br><strong>Sale Price: $6,325.</strong>

Oil on canvas, 14” x 18”


$3,000. – 5,000.



F. King and Sons

Tradition was owned by Sydney Paget and trained by the future Hall of Fame trainer, A. Jack Joyner. At age 2 in 1904, Tradition captured the Distaff, Flatbush, and Great Eastern handicaps, and at 3 she won the Alabama Stakes and Brighton Oaks. A British aristocrat, Paget managed the U.S. racing operations of William C. Whitney and James Ben Ali Haggin before going out on his own in the late 1890s.