Walter Varcoe created a jumping skeleton, using a former New York City police horse, for the Rood & Riddle tent at the World Equestrian Games.
Walter Varcoe created a jumping skeleton, using a former New York City police horse, for the Rood & Riddle tent at the World Equestrian Games.
Walter Varcoe created a jumping skeleton, using a former New York City police horse, for the Rood & Riddle tent at the World Equestrian Games.

Practicing rare art, man brings life to skeletons of dead horses

December 27, 2011 12:00 AM

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