Barbara Howard and her son Col. Mike Howard unveil the 
"Final Victory" bronze Seabiscuit statue while Jacqueline Cooper of the Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation looks on.
Unveiled at Ridgewood Ranch in Willits California May 25, 2008

Bronze horse statues

"Final Victory"
Seabiscuit bronze statue "Final Victory" with jockey Red Pollard sculpted by:

 Kim Corpany and Stan Watts

Measurements (including  2 inch high walnut wood base):
Length: 25 inches
Width: 9 inches
Height: 19 inches

Weight: Each piece weighs approx. 30 to 40 pounds.

Materials: Cast in 873 Everdur Bronze mounted finished pieces on Walnut bases.

Patina on this Seabiscuit bronze statue "Final Victory" is available in full color patina shown or classic French brown patina.

Seabiscuit bronze statue "Final Victory" with jockey Red Pollard winning the Santa Anita Handicap.

bronze racehorse sculpture of Seabiscuit

Seabiscuit bronze statue "Final Victory" with jockey "Red" Pollard winning the Santa Anita Handicap.

Seabiscuit bronze statue "Final Victory" with jockey Red Pollard winning the Santa Anita Handicap.​. horse racing statues by Kim Corpany represent some of the best in equine art. these horse racing bronzes capture the energy, anatomy and spirit of the horse with such realism that you will expect the horse to breathe and gallop away. The race horse art created by this sculptor can be seen in collections worldwide. a number of noteable collectors consider the horse art of kim corpany to be among the best in the world. make a horse statue a part of your fine art collection.commissions for custom and bespoke horse sculptures are welcome.

unveiling bronze seabiscuit statue

The bronze Seabiscuit statue of horse racing legend Seabiscuit is shown in rich full color patina and is also available in traditional French brown patina.  
The finished bronze racehorse statue is mounted on a beautiful walnut wood base.
This bronze Seabiscuit statue is rich with detail.  One of the wonderful details of this piece is the Saint Christopher medal pinned just behind the number one on the left side of Seabiscuit's saddle blanket by Marcela Howard before the great horse raced.
The final moment of the Santa Anita Handicap is sculpted in bronze in bas relief across the right side of the bronze sculpture in art deco design.  
The left side of the bronze sculpture base shows in art deco writing:


This remarkable bronze Seabiscuit statue is available as a limited edition of 75 pieces.

bronze horse sculpture of Thoroughbred racehorse Seabiscuit

Kim Corpany and Stan Watts would like to thank the following for their generous and extraordinary help in making this bronze Seabiscuit statue a reality:Col. Mike Howard - Howard family organization
Barbara Howard - Howard family organization
Jacqueline Cooper - Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation
Tracy Livingston - Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation
Laura Hillenbrand - Author of Seabiscuit An American Legend
To purchase your limited edition bronze Seabiscuit statue, contact Atlas Bronze Casting 1(801)967-0557
Kim Corpany was working with Stan Watts' Atlas Bronze Casting foundry when they were contracted by Icon Bronze to make a mold and casting from the original bronze sculpture of Seabiscuit by Tex Wheeler. The original bronze statue of Seabiscuit was located at Ridgewood ranch near Willits, CA while the horse's owners Charles and Marcela Howard owned the ranch. After Charles passed away the ranch was sold and the statue was donated to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame located in Saratoga, NY. Stan Watts and Atlas Bronze Casting's team of master mold makers traveled to New York State to make a mold from the bronze Thoroughbred statue. The then shipped the pieces of the mold back to their foundry where the foundry cast the pieces of the statue of the horse racing legend. Kim Corpany consulted with the foundry workers and also worked hands on to make sure that the new statue was finished accurately to match Tex Wheeler's original work. While working on this statue, Kim had the opportunity to take measurements from and study this bronze sculpture which had been sculpted while Seabiscuit was alive. Tex Wheeler worked using measurements directly from the horse, sculpting his statue of Seabiscuit on site at Ridgewood Ranch where he had the great horse as a model for his sculpture.
The new bronze statue of Seabiscuit was then delivered to the Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation at Ridgewood Ranch. The Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation is working to restore the ranch and offers tours to visitors.
Kim Corpany was later able to use the information and knowledge of Seabiscuit she gleaned from her experience with Tex Wheeler's great statue to create her bronze statues of Seabiscuit including this one:

Seabiscuit bronze statue "Final Victory" with jockey Red Pollard winning the Santa Anita Handicap.​