Oil Paintings by Joseph Palazzolo
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Joseph Palazzolo
Collection: Horseracing/Equestrian

In The Money. So difficult to capture the beauty and majesty of thoroughbred horses in the stretch. You can probably guess who the winner was as they are about to go over the finish line. If not, perhaps a ballerina painting is more your cup of tea? Glancing at the Field. Jockey Victor Espinosa glances back at the field after guiding American Pharoah to victory in the Haskell Invitational, the stallion`s first race after winning the Triple Crown in 2015. Trifecta. An original oil painting of thoroughbred racing from a series of photos taken at Belmont Racetrack. The energy of the lead jockey is palpable as he almost wills his racehorse across the finish line. (Yes he won). First Turn. Even the most casual thoroughbred horse racing fan will recognize the iconc spires of Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby, in this oil painting. The entrants become a blur of hooves and stable silk colors as they enter the first turn, galloping by at nearly 40 miles per hour. Top of the Stretch. All Out.
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