Seabiscuit and John "Red" Pollard crossing the finish line of the Santa Anita Handicap
Unveiled at Ridgewood Ranch in Willits California May 25, 2008
The bronze equestrian sculpture is shown to the right in rich full color patina and also below in traditional french brown patina. The finished piece is mounted on a beautiful walnut wood base.
One of the details of this piece is the Saint Christopher medal pinned just behind the number one on the left side of Seabiscuit's saddle blanket by Marcela Howard before the horse raced.
The base of this piece is rich with detail, with the final moment of the Santa Anita Handicap sculpted in bas relief and Art Deco design. The other side of the base shows in Aart Deco writing: THE 1940 SANTA ANITA HANDICAP "FOUR GOOD LEGS" SEABISCUIT AND RED POLLARD
Measurements (include 2 inch walnut wood base):
Length: 25 inches
Widt: 9 inches
Height: 19 inches
Weight: Each piece will be 30 to 40 pounds.
Materials: Cast in 873 Everdur Bronze mounted finished pieces on Walnut bases.
Price: $4,800.00 (plus sales tax)
For delivery allow approximately 6 weeks.
Artists: Kim Corpany & Stan Watts
Atlas Bronze Casting
Salt Lake City, Utah