Despite His Move to America, Frankie Dettori Unveils’ Limited Edition’ Surprise for His UK Fans

Published 02/06/2024, 8:45 AM EST

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In a surprising turn of events, Frankie Dettori, a renowned Italian jockey, has announced his departure from the UK’s racing scene. Now he is ready to charter newer frontiers by marking his forays in the fertile lands of Santa Anita. Also, Dettori’s illustrious career has been woven into the very fabric of Ascot’s history, marking him as an iconic figure within the sport. Catering to the doyen of his UK fans, the easel of famous mural artists has come up with immortalizing Dettori in the annals of horse racing.

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The star Frankie Dettori has announced an exciting collaboration with Murwalls, unveiling a series of limited edition signed prints now available on FrankieDettori.com. This creative collaboration is being lauded.

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Dettori expressed his admiration for Murwalls, showcasing key moments from his career, with heartfelt appreciation. I was a little blown away last year when @murwalls revealed a series of murals they’d created celebrating my time in the UK,” Dettori shared. The collaboration between Dettori and Murwalls marks a milestone for fans and enthusiasts. The collection features a range of signed prints, each a limited edition Giclée Fine Art masterpiece meticulously printed onto 230gsm heavy matte paper. Every print is elegantly mounted and framed in a premium black wooden frame with hanging brackets for easy display.

What sets these prints apart is their attention to detail and exclusivity. Also, Frankie Dettori’s personal touch is evident in each print. These are embossed, numbered, and hand-signed, attracting collectors and admirers of his remarkable career. The signed print collection marks a new era in the intersection of sports and art, allowing enthusiasts to own a piece of equestrian history. However, Queen Camilla unveiled a bronze sculpture of Frankie Dettori at Ascot Racecourse, marking his final days in British racing.

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Queen Camilla unveils a pristine Frankie Dettori’s sculpture at Ascot Racecourse

The Italian jockey, 53, appreciates tribute and lauds the sculpture as an impactful artwork, expressing gratitude for the humbling tribute. However, the sculpture, situated on the Grandstand Lawn, is a permanent testament to Dettori’s remarkable contributions to Ascot and the sport. Dettori’s dominance in the racing world is unparalleled. He won nine Gold Cups, seven King Georges, and 81 victories at Royal Ascot.

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Tristram Lewis, the renowned sculptor, praised Dettori as a professional model who accurately captured his essence with precision and artistry. Also, Dettori’s association with Royal Ascot dates back to 1987, with a remarkable tally of 229 victories throughout his career. In addition, his crowning achievement, the “Magnificent Seven” in 1996, where he rode all seven winners at odds of 25,000-1, remains etched in racing history. What other creative Dettori vistas lie in the offing? Only time will tell.

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Anchal Ahuja

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I am Anchal Ahuja, an Olympic Sports writer at EssentiallySports. My love for sports grew when I first watched Olympics when I was 7-years-old. Growing up as I started to delve deeper into the sporting realm, I decided to move on with my new passion with all new hopes to get success.
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