Equestrian Spirit Wind Chime


Tuned to the notes of the "First Call," heard at the start of horse races.

Humans began to domesticate horses around 4000 BC. Today we interact with horses in a number of ways: riding them for entertainment, using them as therapy animals, as farm workers, and, of course, racing them for sport.

And they're off!" The familiar bugle call that signals the start of a horse race serves as the scale to which this chime is musically-tuned. The rearing horse silhouette is cut from a single piece of stainless steel that has been treated with a flamed finish, producing wonderful burnished, coppery colors.


Size & Materials:

  • Teak finish ash wood
  • Four bronze aluminum tubes
  • Flamed stainless steel windcatcher
  • Overall Length: 26 inches
  • Width: 5 inches