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Authentic - 2020 Kentucky Derby -UnFramed Lithograph
Authentic - 2020 Kentucky Derby -UnFramed Lithograph
Authentic - 2020 Kentucky Derby -UnFramed Lithograph
Authentic - 2020 Kentucky Derby -UnFramed Lithograph

Authentic - 2020 Kentucky Derby -UnFramed Lithograph

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Artist Signed Lithographic Print


Artwork is the perfect gift.
This lithograph will last you a lifetime.

It will come to you with a 16" x 20" image size, plus borders of 2" on the top & two sides, and a 4" border at the bottom which carries a story caption.  (The second picture to left shows how your unframed print will look, with borders and caption.  The top & bottom images are just to show you a closer, more detailed view of the painting.  See below to read the caption)

All lithographs are inspected & hand-signed signed by the artist; Then gently rolled, tissue wrapped and placed in crush-proof cylinders.
The prints are Insured & Shipped via USPS Priority Mail
Since 1989, Satisfaction has been Guaranteed from Thoroughbred racing's most collected print artist.
Printed on the highest-quality, 130 lb paper stock for offset lithograph art reproduction.

Every print contains the following caption:

Authentic – The 2020 Kentucky Derby
September 5, 2020
Owners: Spendthrift Farm, MyRaceHorse Stable, Starlight Racing and Madaket Stables

Jockey John Velazquez - Trainer Bob Baffert

Beneath the famed Twin Spires of Churchill Downs, Authentic stops the timer in 2:00.61 for the seventh fastest Kentucky Derby ever.  Hall of Fame jockey John Velazquez – sporting a mask and the silks of the MyRaceHorse Stable – orchestrates a front-running masterpiece, defeating 14 challengers.

Due to a global COVID-19 pandemic, the 146th rendition of the “Greatest Two Minutes in Sport” was moved from the first Saturday in May for the first time since 1945 and World War II. The Derby was made the second jewel of the Triple Crown with the Belmont Stakes racing first in New York on June 20 and the Preakness Stakes completing the series in Maryland on Oct. 3.

Churchill Downs was devoid of its traditional 150,000 Derby fans, but nearly 10 million Americans watched from home. Tiz the Law - the shortest priced Derby favorite in 41 years - finished second, beaten a length-a-quarter.

Overall Print size  20" x 25"
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 Mike Geraghty
301. 602. 4385
This Artwork Has Been Copyrighted by the United States Government Copyright Office; Year 2020
photo: Authentic's trainer Bob Baffert and artist Michael Geraghty on the backstretch