This 1982 watercolor focuses on a nameless competitor in event riding — a combination of dressage, cross-country and jumping. This artwork is framed and measures 22 by 22 inches. Price: $1,550.

The pageantry of horse racing includes an escort for each horse. That moment is captured in this watercolor. The paint was applied to brown paper affixed to cardboard, enclosed in a gray mat, which  measures 18 by 24 inches. Price: $1,050.

This exceptional pen and ink drawing is a powerful rendition of the final stretch in a horse race. Shown on heavy paper, this tightly drawn piece measures 8 by 10 inches and it was completed in 1959. There is no frame or mat. Price:  $1,475.

This large, exquisite oil painting on fox hunting captures a moment of hot pursuit. This painting is on a board measuring 20 by 25 inches and is nether framed nor matted. Price: $3,950.

The elegance of dressage is neatly conveyed in this gouache painting. Framed in wood with an inset, this item measures 21 by 24 inches.  Price: $1,650.

This watercolor showing the precision sport of dressage was done in 1978. It is enclosed in a white mat with gray inset and measures 19 by 19 inches. Price: $1,525.

This watercolor, painted in 1978, is all about the anticipation of taking a jump in competition. Framed in a white mat with light brown inset, this piece measures 18 by 19 inches. Price: $1,450.

This dynamic painting in gouache has a double mat (white with blue inset), which measures 22 by 17.5 inches. The horse and rider represent the United States Equestrian Team. Price: $1,950.

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