Harriet Glen had a passion for animals at an early age. At eight, she made and sold clay horses to buy her first pony.
After going to Art School in Newcastle, New South Wales, she taught Art in secondary schools in Sydney, but soon found she could combine early morning trackwork at Royal Randwick Racecourse with teaching. She won the Australian Lady Jockey Championship and by doing so, won a ticket to the UK, where she discovered her artistic ambitions could be realised by marketing her jewellery and sculpture alongside her equestrian activi...
Sculpture: 'Frankel (Galloping Stallion Racehorse and Jockey Racing statuette)' by Harriet Glen
Limited Edition bronze of 100.
The greatest racehorse of our time! Harriet portrays the sheer brilliance of Frankel in this bronze sculpture, showing the speed and power of this unbeaten equine athlete. It is mounted on polished black granite, to give a contemporary twist to this traditional "animalier sculpture". It is a limited edition of 100, and each piece comes with a limited edition certificate signed by the artist Harriet Glen.
Small/Little Bronze Champion Stallion Race Horse sculpture/statue/statuette/figurine for sale for Indoors/Inside on the tabletop or desktop by the highly successful English sculptress Harriet Glen. With 14 wins from 14 starts, Frankel, trained by the late Sir Henry Cecil and ridden by Tom Queally, is undisputedly the greatest ever flat racehorse and now commands and impressive £125,000 stud fee.
Dimensions: 380mm x 270mm, including plinth.
38 x 27 cm (height x width)
approx: 1 ft 3 in x 10 2/3 in
Frankel (Galloping Stallion Racehorse and Jockey Racing statuette)
Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
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