Invisible Horse Sculptures Head to the Capital for Exclusive Auction on 4th November

Monday 11 April 2016


World Horse Welfare’s Invisible Horse sculpture trail captured many thousands of hearts and minds at the 2016 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials in May this year and now the fourteen individually designed, painted and adorned sculptures are heading to London where they will be sold in an exclusive auction on 4th November.


Each horse sculpture stands at around 7hh (71cm) high and tells the story of a horse helped by World Horse Welfare which has been visually interpreted by a different artist or personality to create fourteen unique and stunning designs. Renowned sculptor and WiR Member, Judy Boyt, created a stunning clay maquette of World Horse Welfare Adoption Horse, May, which was then turned into a mould for the production of the fibreglass sculptures.


All the artists and designers involved in the Invisible Horse Trail donated their time and creativity free of charge. Money raised from the auction of the horse sculptures will help to support World Horse Welfare in improving the lives of horses in the UK and around the world.


The catalog for the auction can be viewed here - 


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