|Paper Size (W x H)||27 x 23 ins|
The subject of this limited edition gouttelette is Stanhopes Diddicoy, the great dressage sire. Stanhopes Diddicoy was the first coloured horse to compete and to be placed for Great Britain at international level. Born in 1990 and owned by Viscountess Petersham, he has been Supreme Champion many times, including at the Royal Windsor, Great Yorkshire, Hickstead & Addington shows. A striking skewbald, Stanhopes Diddicoy has world class jumping blood on both sides of his pedigree. His sire was Ico (Hessen) and his dam was Gipsy (Hessen) by Gottward (Hanoverian). He proved himself with a highly successful and versatile competition career in Showing, Show Jumping and Dressage and his progeny are now also excelling in these disciplines.
About the Artist
Equestrian and portrait artist Susan Crawford was born in Scotland. Her father was a racehorse trainer and she grew up on the family farm, inheriting her parent's affinity with horses.Find out more