‘Leonardo’s Horse’ is Set

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(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)

A bronze replica of Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous horse sculpture was “set”, or mounted to its base Wednesday morning in front of the Downtown Sheridan Association building. Project Manager Gregory Glasson explains the detailed process of preparing the base and moving the 8-foot tall horse to its new permanent home.

After the industrial concrete epoxy cured, concrete was used to fill in the holes and blend the inset area to match the rest of the base. The unveiling ceremony will be held today, in front of the DSA building at the corner of Coffeen and Main. The ceremony will begin at 5 in conjunction with the Third Thursday Street Festival in downtown Sheridan. The public is welcome to attend.

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(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
Sheridan Media Owner Kim Love answers a few questions from a reporter about 'Leonardo's Horse'. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Sheridan Media Owner Kim Love answers a few questions from a reporter about 'Leonardo's Horse'. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Rigger Tony DiFazio applies the epoxy. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Rigger Tony DiFazio applies the epoxy. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Rigger Tony DiFazio holds the hoof steady. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Rigger Tony DiFazio holds the hoof steady. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Project Manager Gregory Glasson carefully lowers the sculpture into place. (Photo by Ron Richter)
Project Manager Gregory Glasson carefully lowers the sculpture into place. (Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
(Photo by Ron Richter)
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