Scott Naismith Ready Steady Gallop horse to be auctioned for Kilbride Hospice on the 7th October 2014

Scott Naismith Ready Steady Gallop horse to be auctioned for Kilbride Hospice on the October 2014

Scott Naismith Ready Steady Gallop horse to be auctioned for Kilbride Hospice on the 7th October 2014

Scott Naismith Ready Steady Gallop horse to be auctioned for Kilbride Hospice on the October 2014

Large model of a Clydesdale horse for Wild In Art's Ready, Steady Gallop! Event - Summer 2014 Art trail, Hamilton, Scotland.

White Clydesdale horse sculpture stood on grounds in Hamilton Scotland, this sculpture is for Wild In Art's Ready Steady Gallop trail.

Hamilton, in Scotland, has come alive with colourful Clydesdales. Photo: Ready Steady Gallop!

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop!

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop! art trail. Why Clydesdale horses? Planners were motivated by the town’s proximity to the Clydesdale valley in Scotland and wanted to ‘celebrate the role of these mighty animals in the livelihood of the people who worked the land in Lanarkshire”

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop!

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop! art trail. Why Clydesdale horses? Planners were motivated by the town’s proximity to the Clydesdale valley in Scotland and wanted to ‘celebrate the role of these mighty animals in the livelihood of the people who worked the land in Lanarkshire”

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop!

This beautiful horse was destroyed by vandals within days of going out on display as part of Ready Steady Gallop sculpture trail in Hamilton, Glasgow in June 2014, but was replicated by the artist and replaced for the duration of the 10 week show.

This beautiful horse was destroyed by vandals within days of going out on display as part of Ready Steady Gallop sculpture trail in Hamilton, Glasgow in June but was replicated by the artist and replaced for the duration of the 10 week show.

Ready, steady,gallop!

Ready, steady,gallop!

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop! art trail. Why Clydesdale horses? Planners were motivated by the town’s proximity to the Clydesdale valley in Scotland and wanted to ‘celebrate the role of these mighty animals in the livelihood of the people who worked the land in Lanarkshire”

25 Clydesdale horse statues will be displayed around the Hamilton area for 10 weeks this summer starting June 25 in the Ready, Steady, Gallop!


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