The sculpture titled Isabelle, by Deborah Butterfield, was lowered into the museum courtyard, and eventually moved inside, and will be the finale piece of the International Museum of the Horse exhibt The Horse.  Travis Robinson, lower left, assistant director of the International Museum of the Horse, helped guide Isabelle as it was lowered from the crane.  Photo taken on Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 at the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.  The Kentucky Horse ParkÕs International Museum of the Horse, in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, hosts the exhibition, The Horse, from Oct. 23 through April 6, 2012.   The eternal bond between horses and humans is explored in the largest equestrian traveling exhibition ever assembled. The Horse graphically portrays the horseÕs impact on trade, transportation, labor, warfare, culture, and sports. It showcases spectacular fossils, models, dioramas, and cultural objects from around the world.  Photo by David Perry  |  Staff
The sculpture titled Isabelle, by Deborah Butterfield, was lowered into the museum courtyard, and eventually moved inside, and will be the finale piece of the International Museum of the Horse exhibt The Horse. Travis Robinson, lower left, assistant director of the International Museum of the Horse, helped guide Isabelle as it was lowered from the crane. Photo taken on Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 at the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. The Kentucky Horse ParkÕs International Museum of the Horse, in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, hosts the exhibition, The Horse, from Oct. 23 through April 6, 2012. The eternal bond between horses and humans is explored in the largest equestrian traveling exhibition ever assembled. The Horse graphically portrays the horseÕs impact on trade, transportation, labor, warfare, culture, and sports. It showcases spectacular fossils, models, dioramas, and cultural objects from around the world. Photo by David Perry | Staff
The sculpture titled Isabelle, by Deborah Butterfield, was lowered into the museum courtyard, and eventually moved inside, and will be the finale piece of the International Museum of the Horse exhibt The Horse. Travis Robinson, lower left, assistant director of the International Museum of the Horse, helped guide Isabelle as it was lowered from the crane. Photo taken on Friday, Oct. 21, 2011 at the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. The Kentucky Horse ParkÕs International Museum of the Horse, in collaboration with the American Museum of Natural History, hosts the exhibition, The Horse, from Oct. 23 through April 6, 2012. The eternal bond between horses and humans is explored in the largest equestrian traveling exhibition ever assembled. The Horse graphically portrays the horseÕs impact on trade, transportation, labor, warfare, culture, and sports. It showcases spectacular fossils, models, dioramas, and cultural objects from around the world. Photo by David Perry | Staff

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