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Bronze Sculptures Fund Morgan Horse Pavilion

Limited edition bronze maquettes of the "larger than life" size Figure and Justin Morgan sculpture are now available for pre-order. The "larger than life" size Figure and Justin Morgan sculpture will be installed in front of the Morgan Horse Pavilion at the Kentucky Horse Park.

"Figure and Justin Morgan are the founders of the wonderful Morgan horse breed," said Maretta Kennedy, thesculptor of the original piece. "The original sculpture pays tribute to the bond between Justin and Figure and helps to tell the story about how this American bred horse came to be."

The heirloom maquettes, which capture the same detail and spirit of the "larger than life" sizepiece, allow Morgan horse owners and lovers to honor the breed in their home or office.

Only thirty maquettes will be available for individual sponsorship. The Figure and Justin Morgan bronze maquettes are approximately six inches wide, a foot tall and 14 inches long. They sit on a black granite base that is 8" by 16". The maquettes sell for $3,500 and proceeds will help support the Morgan Horse Pavilion now under construction at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, Kentucky. A $1,500 deposit will reserve your maquette now.

In addition to individual sponsorship of the maquettes, the Morgan Horse Pavilion also offers a corporate sponsorship opportunity for the "larger than life" size Figure and Justin Morgan bronze sculpture. Again, this sculpture will be prominently displayed in front of the Morgan Horse Pavilion at the Kentucky Horse Park. Sponsorship of the "larger than life" size sculpture includes many other attractive benefits.

For more information on the "larger than life" size sculpture and other corporate sponsorship opportunities, please visit the Morgan Horse Pavilion website at To reserve your Figure and Justin Morgan bronze maquettes, please contact Elaine Galatz at 702.386.0000.

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