Steampunk Horse Statue, Animals, Horses and Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Mechanical Gaited Horse Statue

Steampunk Horse Statue, Animals, Horses and Steampunk Statues, Steampunk Mechanical Gaited Horse Statue

Steampunk Mechanical Gaited Horse Statue

This amazing Steampunk Horse Statue exhibit a prancing horse features a Steampunk style design, with the body of the horse made of gears, steam pipes, tubes and metal shafts. Crafted of cold cast resin, the statue features a metallic bronze finish, with hand painted accents to add to the intricate steampunk styling. It’s a perfect focal point for any Steampunk art collection, and makes a great gift especially for horse lovers. A Gaited Horse is a horse that moves each leg independently. Doing so allows one foot to constantly be on the ground, allowing the horse to conserve more energy than they would while trotting. Gaited Horses are used for traveling as they have greater stamina and endurance. A gaited horse will traditionally have a 4-beat gait. When walking, each foot will fall individually, following a precise pattern. Most gaited horses follow a pattern of right hind, right front, left hind, left front or right front, left hind, left front, right hind. Upon closer observation, this pattern should be rather obvious. Additionally, when you watch a gaited horse walk from the side, you will notice that both legs on one side will move forward simultaneously. The rear foot will always fall before the front foot. Steampunk Mechanical Gaited Horse Statue sizes: 9.25 inches / 23.5 cm x 4.5 inches / 11.5 cm x 9 inches / 23 cm.


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