Henry Stull (Canadian/American, 1851–1913)

Henry Stull (Canadian/American, 1851–1913) 


Oil on canvas, 25” x 30” 
Signed, dated 1902 

Tom Kenny was owned and raced by Thomas Lister Watt’s famed Osceola Stables, the same stable that raced Maid of Harlem. Tom Kenny won three races and was second in Morris Park’s Dixiana Stakes to J. B. Haggin’s Watercolor. Tom Kenny, a son of 1886 Belmont and Travers Stakes winner Inspector B., was foaled in 1898 out of a mare named Touch Not, owned by Belle Meade Stud in Nashville, Tennessee. Touch Not also produced multiple stakes winners Notasulga and Great Britain. 

Estimate: 9,000 - 12,000

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