Her Ladyship now mounts her second horse - P.S. ("Cerf Agile" isn't in it with her ladyship).
Jog "Blood Royal" home quietly - Paddy - he's had about enough - poor dear! - I shall your layship [sic]. I'll give your ladyship a lead - says Trivy - He renages and knocks over "Blood Royal".
|Main Creator:||Smyth, James, 1839-1916.|
Woman (probably Lady Smyth) changing horses. In top drawing she mounts second horse with her first horse sweating in background. In the distance the hounds chase the fox. The bottom drawing shows the woman riding off while her first horse is knocked to the ground by another horse and rider going out of control.
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Inscribed in pencil l.c.: Is it to the kennels - I'm to jog "Blood Royal" - your layship [sic]?.
Title inscribed in ink m.c. on image.
Physical description: 2 drawings (1 sheet) : watercolour ; image 50.5 x 35.4 cm., on sheet 60.7 x 48.1 cm..
Attributed to Colonel James Smyth, (1839-1916), of Gaybrook House, County Westmeath, Ireland.