Tuned to the notes of the "First Call," heard at the start of horse races.
Humans began domesticating horses around 4000 BCE. Today we interact with horses in a number of ways: riding them for recreation, 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 wind 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.
Listen to the Equestrian Spirit Wind Chime
- Overall Length: 26 inches
- Weight: about 1-1/2 pounds
- Materials: Teak finish ash wood, 4 bronze aluminum tubes, flamed stainless steel windcatcher