These beautiful hand crafted pieces are made to order in just about any size. Select your breed, size, and the type of wood or send us a few pictures of your favorite horse and we can recreate it with the same markings at no extra cost! If you don’t want a rocker we can mount any horse on a hard wood pedestal.
Doug Bruning commissioned this small quarter horse, a replica of his wife’s horse, as a Christmas surprise. Sierra sits on a base designed for the entry way of the Brunings’ home. Sierra was ordered over the Internet, but the artist was able to meet the Brunings later at Cowboy Christmas in Las Vegas.
This replica was created for the Johanningmeier family in Monona, Iowa. Wolfer was the favorite horse of Jason Johanningmeier, a son and brother who was tragically killed while riding his motorcycle after competing a new barn for the family farm. The rocking horse resides in the living room of the family’s home.
This horse was carved for a client of Snake River Interiors in Jackson, Wyo. The designer owns the real horse, which competes in cow-cutting events. The client wanted the rocking horse to be just a little bit darker than the actual horse, to better match home decor.
“Country” was born with a deformed knee on his front left leg. Yet with this disadvantage, this quarter horse with a heart as big as the country won countless awards and events — crooked leg and all. Principle N Style was owned by Kathryn Dunham of North Carolina.
PR is the first rocking horse carved by Western artist Dennis Page. The horse is a small replica of a horse ridden by the daughter of Page’s longtime friend, Jerry Cooke. The rocking horse is now owned by Cooke’s daughter, Nicole, and ridden by her boys.
This large rocking horse is a replica of the American Quarter Horse Association legend. Harley D Zip is nine-time World Champion; a six-time AQHA High Point Western Riding Horse; AQHA World Champion Senior Western Rider in 2006 and 2007; and AQHA Reserve Super Horse in 2006.
Medium sized replica of all-time winningest cow-cutting horse Smart Little Lena was created in 2006. This replica currently resides on the floor of M.L. Leddy’s showroom in the stock yards of Ft. Worth, Texas. They call him “Smart Little Leddy.”
Dan of Anaheim CA commissioned a large bull in the likeness of a bull he once rode. He only had one picture of the bull, the ride only lasted a little over 8 seconds.
Now he and his family always ride for at least 8 seconds in their living room.
This replica is owned by Mr. Coleman, a long-time breeder of American Saddlebreds in Ogden, Utah. Mr. Coleman traveled all the way to the American Saddlebred Museum in Lexington Kentucky. He was taken by our display there and immediately wanted to commission a replica of his horse.
|ML Leddy Cutting Horse||$3,000||$7,500||$8,500||$18,000|
|One Horse Carousel||$24,000|