Victorian Vanity Fair Cartoon, ‘Otto Maden’, by GAF, dated July 26th 1900
Materials: lithograph on paper, wood
Artist/Designer: GAF (George Algernon Fothergill)
Dimensions: frame size 47cm x 34cm
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Otto Maden (1872-1942), known as "Otto", he was featured in Vanity Fair's 'Men of the Day' No. 785 where he was noted for winning the Derby on a horse called Jeddah at 100/1 and described as "a good lad". In 1999, the Racing Post ranked him 30th in their list of the Top 50 jockeys of the 20th century. He still holds the record for most wins (as a jockey) of the Wokingham Handicap at Royal Ascot, a race he won three times in the 1890s.