Bronze Sculptures





After the Race

Bronze set on black marble 9.75″ length 12.25″ height 6″ width




Lexington (1850-1875)

“The Blind Prince” Bronze mounted on wood base 11.5″ length, 8.75 height”, 4.5″ width. A great racehorse and sire, his influence shaped the evolution of the North American Thoroughbred and the establishment of the city of Lexington as the Thoroughbred capital of the world. Blind by the age of 5, this piece depicts him at the time of his transition from racetrack to breeding shed. Limited edition.

Head Study Door Knocker

Bronze, 10″ length, 11″ wide, 3.5″ reach