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ATLAS BRONZE CASTING
1(801)967-0557      email:   
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Bronze statues of Seabiscuit
Statues of Seabiscuit presented by Atlas Bronze Casting.

Bronze Seabiscuit Statues! 
Click on the links below to see more bronze sculptures of the immortal Thoroughbred racehorse Seabiscuit

Bronze statue of Seabiscuit and Red Pollard

Click here to view the bronze Seabiscuit statue with Red Pollard as Seabiscuit wins the Santa Anita Handicap!

Bronze statue of Seabiscuit and George Woolf
Click here to view the bronze Seabiscuit statue with George Woolf as Seabiscuit gallops through a morning workout!

Bronze statue of Seabiscuit
The bronze statue of Seabiscuit created for the
Frank R. Howard Memorial Hospital


Stan Watts and the master mold makers and foundry men at Atlas Bronze Casting traveled to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga, New York where they made a mold from the bronze Seabiscuit statue which stands outside the National Racing Museum.
The mold was then taken to Atlas Bronze Casting Foundry in Kearns, Utah where a replica bronze statue of Seabiscuit was cast and finished.  Sculptor Kim Corpany oversaw the production and finishing of this wonderful bronze horse statue to ensure the quality of the replica of Tex Wheeler's original sculpture.  Tex Wheeler created his bronze statue of Seabiscuit at Ridgewood Ranch, Seabiscuit's home near Willits, California.  Wheeler took measurements from the stallion's body and the horse posed for the sculpture.  Kim Corpany had the unique opportunity of closely observing and taking measurements from Tex Wheeler's bronze statue of Seabiscuit.  She was then able to utilize this knowledge in the creation of these wonderful sculptures of Seabiscuit.  Jacqueline Cooper, of the Seabiscuit Heritage Foundation and Laura Hillenbrand, author of Seabiscuit - An American Legend then provided valuable input based on their intimate knowledge of the great Thoroughbred stallion, assisting Kim Corpany in creating a wonderful likeness in each of her bronze sculptures of the mighty Seabiscuit.

Bronze statue of Seabiscuit

The master mold makers and foundrymen at Atlas Bronze Casting traveled to the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga, New York where they made a mold from the bronze Seabiscuit statue which stands outside the National Racing Museum.
The mold was then taken to Atlas Bronze Casting Foundry in Kearns, Utah where a replica bronze statue of Seabiscuit was cast and finished.
The bronze statue of Seabiscuit then traveled to Willits, California in the back of a fantastic old horse van from Ridgewood Ranch which had been beautifully restored for the occasion.

Atlas Bronze Casting
4850 South Warehouse Road
Kearns, Utah USA 84118
atlasbronze@hotmail.com
1(801) 967-0557
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Bronze sculpture by Stan Watts.
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