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PETER BIEGEL | RED ALERT

Estimate:

5,000

to
- 7,000 USD

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PETER BIEGEL | RED ALERT

PETER BIEGEL | RED ALERT

Estimate:

5,000

to
- 7,000 USD

Lot sold:

7,560

USD

PETER BIEGEL

British

1913 - 1988

RED ALERT


signed Peter Biegel and dated '73 (lower left)

oil on canvas

canvas: 24 by 29⅞ in.; 60.9 by 75.8 cm

framed: 29 by 35 in.; 73.6 by 88.9 cm

Unlined. Under UV: Some original pigments flouresce.


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The Firestones’ Red Alert was, like King’s Company, trained in Ireland. In the summer of 1974, Red Alert won the G3 Jersey S. at Royal Ascot and the Steward’s Cup H. at Glorious Goodwood, ridden each time by Johnny Roe (possibly depicted in the present work wearing the green and white Firestone racing silks). At the time Red Alert was trained by the young Dermot Weld and with the Firestones’ support the horse’s victories would launch his career.