Such an emotional statue...sadly true.
End of Trail horse statue depicts a very tired Indian warrior on a very tired horse. You can only assume the battle is over by looking at this horse sculpture. The warrior sitting atop the horse's back is slumped over with his head and shoulders arched downwards. The warrior is still holding his spear, and there is a long knife sheathed in a scabbard on his left hip. The horse is slumped forward as well with its tail between its legs. This horse sculpture looks like rider and horse after an epic battle.
The End of the Trail is a famous saying due to all of the skirmishes the Indians had to try to keep their homeland. This horse sculpure is made of resin and has been electroplated with bronze which allows you to see even the most minute details of this fantastic horse statue.
You can personalize the black base with a plaque. We would recommend a black plaque with gold letters. Base measures 3 inch L x 2 inch W x 1 inch H. Very little space available...choose your word(s) carefully!
In the 15th Century there were over 4 million Native Americans. By 1900 the number had dwindled to 237,000. However, diseases killed more than wars.
|Additional Info||usually ships in 2 business days - plaque mailed separately|
|Dimensions||4 inch L x 6-1/2 inch H|