If your game room can do with some antique set vintage racing items, you have to have the Jockey Scales used at the Kempton Race Course. Using 1, 2, 4, 6, and 16 stones polished in solid brass to weigh, the scales have been crafted in solid oak with a tufted leather seat with the scales built-in. What were they used for? Well, they are used to weigh jockeys before an important race. Priced at $34,500, the 48inch wide, 38inch high, and 16.5inch deep jockey scale originates in 19th century England. Kempton Park is said to be one greatest racecourse globally and used to be the venue for King George VI Chase held on every Boxing Day.
Kempton Park is considered one of the world’s greatest racecourses. Established in 1878, the course stages both National Hunt racing and Flat racing, with the most famous race being King George VI Chase held every Boxing Day.