Daybreak by Carlos Castrejon a bronze sculpture
The Western horse was indispensable to the men and women who ran the ranches, to ride the fence line, herd cattle or ride the range. This horse stands quietly waiting for his pardoner to come back so they can finish their job. The horse is in full gear with a comfortable saddle for the rider and the lariat looped to the saddle horn, ready to be unfurled by the cowboy or cowgirl, to rope a cow or calf. The sculpture is beautifully proportioned, with the horse in a relaxed standing position. A finely detailed bronze sculpture, on a wood base with the title and artist’s name on a brass plaque. The oval wood base is 7″ wide. 11 1/2″ long and 2″ high. The bronze sculpture is 11 1/2″ long, 3 1/2″ wide and 9 3/4″ high from the wood base to the tip of the horse’s ears. The limited edition is 35 s/n sculptures. If you have any questions, email or call 719 260 1873 to order directly through the gallery or place your order via PayPal.
Model: Daybreak by Carlos Castrejon
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