Swiftness. Power. Beauty. For millennia in human history the horse was the pinnacle of all of these, its muscular grace a literal and metaphoric emblem of movement—across geographic space and forward through the accomplishments of humankind. In North America the horse carried masterful Native riders over the Plains; Spanish conquistadors from the south; settlers and cattlemen from the east; and contained within its iconic form all the dreams and much of the means for a legend-filled history of Westward flow. We reached the continent’s westernmost shores. The Iron Horse—and still-faster modes of locomotion—replaced its namesake in speed. But the consuming dream continues, its current-day versions still marked by a love of freedom, fleetness, and power. In Bruvel’s Apex, we are reminded that forward movement can also propel us upward, its compelling potency still calling forth the highest in us.
Pedestal Size Trophy Size
Medium: Stainless Steel Medium: Stainless or Bronze
Dimensions: 27"H x 11"D x 15"W Dimensions: 15"H x 9"D x 4"W
Weight: 56 lbs Weight: 12 lbs
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