Blustery weather at a racecourse in Britain in the mid 1950s.
A jockey in HM Queen's racing colours is legged up onto his mount - perhaps Aureole - as the wind takes a 1950s dress and petticoats up exposing the lady's stockings and suspenders.
Lots of character and atmosphere, distorted angles of the bookmaker's boards and hat flying away add to the feel of swirling wind while others hold on to their hats.
The red hat is a raffia one still made today by communities in Madagascar. The model is artist David's girlfriend Zorica and she sells them on her website here
As well as original 1950s vintage fashions and her own retro designs.
An image full of character and nostalgia of past elegance and 'pin-up' glamour.
The canvas print has original work added.
It is also possible to change the jockeys colours to any of your choice.
Special opening price until August 2020 of £195 afterwards £245