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FrankelFlat-Racing LegendUnbeaten in his 14-race career, Frankel is the top-rated horse in the world since the World Best Racehorse Rankings were initiated in 1977.
Red RumNational Hunt LegendVoted no. 3 favourite horse by Racing Post readers. Greatest race: 1977 Grand National (ridden by Tommy Stack).
Red RumNational Hunt LegendVoted no. 3 favourite horse by Racing Post readers.Greatest race: 1977 Grand National (ridden by Tommy Stack).
Desert OrchidNational Hunt LegendVoted no.2 favourite horse by Racing Post readers.Greatest race: 1989 Cheltenham Gold Cup.
Brigadier GerardFlat-Racing LegendWon 17 of his 18 races.British Horse of the Year 1972. Voted no. 5 favourite horse by Racing Post readers.Greatest race: 1971 2000 Guineas (ridden by Joe Mercer).
ShergarFlat-Racing Legend1978 European Horse of the Year, Guardian Classic Trial, Chester Vase, Derby, Irish Derby, King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes (1981).
Kauto StarNational Hunt LegendGreatest race: 2009 King George VI Chase (ridden by Ruby Walsh).
ArkleNational Hunt LegendWon 27 of his 35 starts. Voted no. 1 favourite horse by readers of Racing Post. Greatest race: 1964 Cheltenham Gold Cup (ridden by Pat Taaffe).
Estimate Flat-Racing LegendWon the 2013 Gold Cup at Ascot, the first horse owned by a reigning monarch to do so. It is very rare that a horse becomes a legend from just one race but this is one of those exceptions.
Michael Heslop is the artist behind the stunning Racehorse Legends stamp illustrations. All eight Racehorse Legends Special Stamps are individually mounted and set in a black frame. Handmade for Royal Mail in the UK.
A blank envelope with racehorses image in the bottom left hand corner. Includes an information card featuring facts on each horse, including their birthplace, owner, trainer and most famous race.
The Prestige Stamp Book explores the evolution of the Machin design, from the early sketches in 1966 through to the present day. There are five stamp panes, including a block of four £1 stamps, printed using gold foil.