by Pamela Harr
10 x 8 x 3.5 Ed 200 $945
Bronze sculpture of three children riding a horse. The child in front dropped a rein and is trying to retrieve it.
When a horse is trained to stand still if the reins are on the ground, we call her “ground tied”. In this case our family horse, Babe, that taught us all how to ride, was wise and knew just how to hold her head so we couldn’t reach the reins unless we got off and gathered them up again.