The horse measures 15 inches, straight line from tip of nose to tip of the tail. Made of solid wood pieces of varying thicknesses.
The jockey has a number "4" painted on his back; the arms and legs of the jockey are fastened to the body with small nails, such that they pivot. The jockey is removable from the horse, with a small dowel in the seat that fits in a hole in the horse's saddle. Shows age-related wear and use, with paint dings, a repaired horse's nose to an old break, and reins that are not original. This is a great piece of folk art; it has just the right look. We ar e dedicated to providing customer service.We stand behind our merchandise and your satisfaction is guaranteed. Thank you to all our customers for your business! The item "Circa 1930s Folk Art Race Horse and Jockey, Painted Wood" is in sale since Monday, June 15, 2020. This item is in the category "Art\Folk Art & Indigenous Art". The seller is "cygnet-antiques" and is located in Camas, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.