List of equestrian statues

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This is a list of notable equestrian statues by country, the sculptures are listed by the date of their inauguration, regardless whether they were later dismantled or torn down.

Albania[edit]

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Monumenti i Skënderbeut në Krujë.jpg Skanderbeg Krujë, Rruga Kala 1949-1959 Janaq Paço 41°30′39.16″N 19°47′33.03″E / 41.5108778°N 19.7925083°E / 41.5108778; 19.7925083 The first equestrian statue in Albania
Tirana, Albania (7182663919).jpg Skanderbeg Tirana, Skanderbeg Square 1968 Odhise Paskalit, Andrea Mano, Janaq Paço 41°19′39″N 19°49′08″E / 41.327516°N 19.818896°E / 41.327516; 19.818896 Erected on the 500th anniversary of the death of the national hero

Algeria[edit]

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Alger La Mosquée Djemaa-Djedid - La Statue du Duc d'Orléans - LL 16.jpg Ferdinand Philippe, Duke of Orléans Algiers, place du Gouvernement 1842-1845 Carlo Marochetti 36°47′05″N 3°03′46″E / 36.784783°N 3.062789°E / 36.784783; 3.062789 Dismantled after the indpendence of Algeria in 1963, and moved to France were it was inaugurated in Neuilly-sur-Seine in 1981
Jeanne d'Arc Oran, place Jeanne d'Arc 1931 Joseph Ebstein 35°42′01″N 0°38′47″W / 35.700235°N 0.646321°W / 35.700235; -0.646321 Dismantled after the indpendence of Algeria in 1962, and moved to France were it was inaugurated in Caen in 1964 on a new plinth
Jeanne d'Arc Algiers, square Laferrière 1937-1951 Georges Halbout du Tanney 36°46′23″N 3°03′34″E / 36.773096°N 3.059435°E / 36.773096; 3.059435 Knocked down after the indpendence of Algeria on 3 August 1962, and moved to France were it was restored, and inaugurated in Vaucouleurs in 1966
Ville de Mascara مدينة معسكر - panoramio (6).jpg Abdelkader al-Jazairi Mascara, place des Martyrs 1968 35°23′41″N 0°08′27″E / 35.394785°N 0.140891°E / 35.394785; 0.140891 First equestrian statue of the emir, moved to Mascara from Algiers in 1983, originally on place de l'Émir Abdelkader, moved again in 2004; the plinth replaced two times
Place Abd el Kader Alger.jpg Abdelkader al-Jazairi Algiers, place de l'Émir-Abdelkader 1987 Marian Konieczny 36°46′34″N 3°03′30″E / 36.776228°N 3.058461°E / 36.776228; 3.058461 Replaced a previous statue of the hero which had been installed in 1968

Argentina[edit]

Buenos Aires

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
DSC01777 - Monument to General José de San Martín (49005444287).jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Retiro 1862, 1909-1910 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Gustav Eberlein 34°35′42″S 58°22′38″W / 34.595000°S 58.377111°W / -34.595000; -58.377111 The first equestrian statue in Argentina; a new red granite plinth, allegorical figures and reliefs were added in 1910
Buenos Aires-Plaza de Mayo-Estatua Belgrano.jpg Manuel Belgrano Plaza de Mayo, Monserrat 1870-1873 Louis-Robert Carrier-Belleuse, Manuel de Santa Coloma 34°36′30″S 58°22′16″W / 34.6084°S 58.3712°W / -34.6084; -58.3712 The pedestal was replaced in 1885 by a higher, pink Salto granite plinth
Plaza Italia in Buenos Aires.jpg Giuseppe Garibaldi Plaza Italia, Palermo 1898-1904 Eugenio Maccagnani 34°34′53″S 58°25′15″W / 34.5814°S 58.4209°W / -34.5814; -58.4209 Donated by the Italian community
WLM 2013 - Monumento a Bernardo O'Higgins 5.jpg Bernardo O'Higgins Plaza República de Chile, Palermo 1916-1918 Guillermo Córdova 34°34′54″S 58°24′01″W / 34.58162°S 58.40024°W / -34.58162; -58.40024 Originally on Plaza Rodríguez Peña, transferred to its present location in 1949; the pedestal is decorated with bronze reliefs and an allegorical statue
Monolito al coronel Manuel Dorrego.jpg Manuel Dorrego Plaza Suipacha, San Nicolás 1907-1926 Rogelio Yrurtia 34°36′01″S 58°22′47″W / 34.600272°S 58.379622°W / -34.600272; -58.379622 Located on top of a gray granite pedestal decorated with two allegorical statues
DSC01715 - Monument to Carlos Marie de Alvear (49004725863).jpg Carlos María de Alvear Avenida Alvear, Recoleta 1914-1926 Antoine Bourdelle, Alejandro Bustillo (pedestal) 34°35′07″S 58°23′23″W / 34.585374°S 58.389823°W / -34.585374; -58.389823 Located on top of a 13 m high pedestal clad with red granite and decorated with four allegorical statues
ID C675 Monumento a Bartolomé Mitre 0875.jpg Bartolomé Mitre Plaza Mitre, Recoleta 1907-1927 Davide Calandra, Edoardo Rubino 34°35′04″S 58°23′46″W / 34.584375°S 58.396218°W / -34.584375; -58.396218 The bronze statue stands on a red granite base surrounded by allegorical sculptures of Carrara marble
Estatua del resero.jpg A gaucho herdsman (El Resero) In the forecourt of Mercado de Liniers, Mataderos 1929-1934 Emilio Sarniguet 34°39′45″S 58°30′00″W / 34.662448°S 58.500095°W / -34.662448; -58.500095 A symbol of the former slaughterhouse district, placed on a pedestal in 1948. Depicted on the 10 peso coins in 1962
Cid Campeador Buenos Aires.jpg El Cid Avenida Gaona, Caballito 1935 Anna Hyatt Huntington 34°36′27″S 58°26′44″W / 34.607498°S 58.445621°W / -34.607498; -58.445621 Copy of the statue of Cid Campeador in Seville (1927), donation of the Hispanic Society of America
Monumento al General Julio Argentino Roca.jpg Julio Argentino Roca Avenida Presidente Julio Argentino Roca, Montserrat 1935-1941 José Luis Zorrilla de San Martín, Alejandro Bustillo (pedestal) 34°36′37″S 58°22′30″W / 34.610339°S 58.374909°W / -34.610339; -58.374909 The bronze statue is set on a 14 m high pedestal clad with red granite and decorated with two allegorical bronze statues
Monumento a Simon Bolivar (Buenos Aires) 2.JPG Simón Bolívar Parque Rivadavia, Caballito 1942 José Fioravanti 34°37′04″S 58°25′58″W / 34.617697°S 58.432807°W / -34.617697; -58.432807 Complete with a white marble triumphal arch and two allegorical figures
Buenos Aires Saturday afternoon, 15th. Jan. 2011 - Flickr - PhillipC.jpg Justo José de Urquiza Avenida Sarmiento, Palermo 1958 Vittorio Renzo Baldi, Héctor Rocha 34°34′18″S 58°24′43″W / 34.57158°S 58.41183°W / -34.57158; -58.41183 The pedestal is decorated with bronze reliefs and an allegorical statue
Martín Miguel de Güemes Parque San Benito, Belgrano 1981 Ermando Bucci 34°33′04″S 58°26′09″W / 34.550979°S 58.435701°W / -34.550979; -58.435701 Perched on a pyramidal stone base; inspired by the Monument of Güemes in Salta
Monumento al Policía Montado I.JPG A mounted policeman Avenida Presidente Figueroa Alcorta, Palermo 1996 34°34′30″S 58°24′23″W / 34.574935°S 58.406385°W / -34.574935; -58.406385 Modern statue in front of the headquarters of the Mounted Police
J.M. de Rosas escultura de Dalla Lasta I.jpg Juan Manuel de Rosas Plaza Intendente Seeber, Palermo 1996-1999 Ricardo Dalla Lasta 34°34′31″S 58°24′59″W / 34.575311°S 58.416281°W / -34.575311; -58.416281 Classical bronze statue on an 8 m high pedestal

Buenos Aires (province)

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
SAN Martin.JPG José de San Martín Parque de Mayo, Bahía Blanca 1910 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Gregorio Salamandekov (architect) 38°41′43″S 62°16′06″W / 38.695280°S 62.268313°W / -38.695280; -62.268313 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires, the first public monument in the city of Bahía Blanca
Monumento - panoramio (11).jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, La Plata 1914 Henri Allouard 34°54′55″S 57°56′52″W / 34.915315°S 57.947853°W / -34.915315; -57.947853 Copy of a statue in Boulogne-sur-Mer, the granite pedestal is decorated with an allegorical bronze statue and trophies
J37 526 Reiterstandbild General Belgrano.jpg Manuel Belgrano Plaza Belgrano, Luján 1929-1930 Luis Bruninx 34°33′48″S 59°07′15″W / 34.563357°S 59.120941°W / -34.563357; -59.120941 The stone pedestal is decorated with two bronze reliefs and the coat-of-arms of Argentina
Plaza San Martín de Azul 02.JPG José de San Martín Plaza General San Martín, Azul 1935-1939 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Francisco Salamone (architect) 36°46′39″S 59°51′49″W / 36.777558°S 59.863478°W / -36.777558; -59.863478 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires placed on a large modern pedestal which serves as a fountain
Junín Plaza 25 de Mayo 821.jpg José de San Martín Plaza 25 de Mayo, Junín 1940 Louis-Joseph Daumas 34°35′38″S 60°56′47″W / 34.593926°S 60.946424°W / -34.593926; -60.946424 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires placed on a large modern pedestal, clad in red granite
Monumento ecuestre al General San Martín - Plaza Grigera - Lomas de Zamora (2).JPG José de San Martín Plaza Grigera, Lomas de Zamora 1944-1946 Ángel Eusebio Ibarra García 34°45′25″S 58°24′09″W / 34.757068°S 58.402612°W / -34.757068; -58.402612 Placed on a pyramidal plinth, clad in white marble
San Martín en Mercedes.JPG José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Mercedes 1954 Juan José Marín 34°39′03″S 59°25′53″W / 34.650695°S 59.431332°W / -34.650695; -59.431332 An allegorical bronze statue of Freedom stands in front of the stone-clad plinth
Plaza San Martín (Berazategui).jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Berazategui 1966 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Juan Carlos Farina 34°45′14″S 58°12′52″W / 34.753861°S 58.214402°W / -34.753861; -58.214402 Originally stood on Plaza San Martín in Quilmes from 1953 and removed in 1965. Moved to Berazategui in 1966. Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires placed on a large modern pedestal in the middle of a fountain; two bronze statues added
MonumentoEcuestreaSanMartin-MDP-ago2016 alt 3.jpg José de San Martín Parque San Martín, Mar del Plata 1969-1972 Louis-Joseph Daumas 38°01′26″S 57°31′45″W / 38.023903°S 57.529118°W / -38.023903; -57.529118 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires placed on a large pedestal of natural rocks
Don Quijote y Sancho Panza - Mar del Plata.jpg Don Quixote Plaza España, Mar del Plata 1972-1975 Hidelberg Ferrino 37°59′30″S 57°32′44″W / 37.991690°S 57.545562°W / -37.991690; -57.545562 The Cervantes Monument features an equestrian statue of Don Quixote; it was erected on the centenary of the foundation of Mar del Plata

Chaco

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Plaza 25 de Mayo de 1810, Resistencia.jpg José de San Martín Plaza 25 de Mayo, Resistencia 1942-1945 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Raúl Lizárraga (architect) 27°27′04″S 58°59′11″W / 27.451177°S 58.986503°W / -27.451177; -58.986503 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires placed on a high stone pedestal

Córdoba

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
JoseMariaPazCordoba.JPG José María Paz Parque Autóctono, Córdoba 1877-1887 Alexandre Falguière, Paul Pujol (architect) 31°22′57″S 64°13′27″W / 31.382589°S 64.224301°W / -31.382589; -64.224301 The oldest commemorative monument in Córdoba, originally located on Plaza General Paz, relocated in 1971 to the park which was the scene of the Battle of La Tablada
Monumento a José de San Martín Córdoba 2011-12-22.jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Córdoba 1910-1916 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Luis Fontana, José Scarabelli, Atilio Locatti (architect) 31°25′00″S 64°11′01″W / 31.416729°S 64.183585°W / -31.416729; -64.183585 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires, the gray Las Peñas granite pedestal is decorated with bronze reliefs
Plaza San Martin Rio Cuarto.jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Río Cuarto 1931 Louis-Joseph Daumas 33°07′01″S 64°20′51″W / 33.116917°S 64.347479°W / -33.116917; -64.347479 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires on a high pedestal, surrounded with allegorical statues by Libero Pierini from 1957. The original pedestal was lower
Plaza25mayo800 1.jpg José de San Martín Plaza 25 de Mayo, Bell Ville 1938 Louis-Joseph Daumas 32°37′49″S 62°41′20″W / 32.630303°S 62.688968°W / -32.630303; -62.688968 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires on a high modern pedestal which serves as a fountain

Corrientes

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Conjunto Urbano Plaza 25 de Mayo 02.JPG José de San Martín Plaza 25 de Mayo, Corrientes 1905 Louis-Joseph Daumas, Torquat Tasso (pedestal) 27°27′48″S 58°50′22″W / 27.463361°S 58.839535°W / -27.463361; -58.839535 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires, placed on a monumental granite pedestal decorated with bronze reliefs, columns and rocks

Entre Ríos

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
San Martin en Parana.JPG José de San Martín Plaza 1 de Mayo, Paraná 1908-1910 Louis-Joseph Daumas 31°43′59″S 60°31′47″W / 31.733018°S 60.529790°W / -31.733018; -60.529790 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires; a bronze statue of a soldier stands in front of the stone-clad plinth
Entre Ríos - Victoria - Plaza principal de la ciudad 02.jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Victoria 1908-1910 Louis-Joseph Daumas 32°37′18″S 60°09′29″W / 32.621619°S 60.158001°W / -32.621619; -60.158001 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires on a marble-clad plinth
Monumento al General Urquiza, Parque Urquiza Paraná.JPG Justo José de Urquiza Parque Urquiza, Paraná 1908-1920 Agustí Querol Subirats (pedestal), Mariano Benlliure (equestrian statue) 31°43′05″S 60°32′16″W / 31.718078°S 60.537848°W / -31.718078; -60.537848 The high pedestal is decorated with Art Nouveau allegorical statues and reliefs made of marble and bronze

Jujuy

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
PlazaBelgrano.JPG Manuel Belgrano Plaza Belgrano, San Salvador de Jujuy 1906-1931 Víctor José Garino 24°11′09″S 65°17′58″W / 24.185784°S 65.299481°W / -24.185784; -65.299481 The granite pedestal is decorated with two bronze reliefs

La Rioja

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
SanMLR.jpg José de San Martín Plaza 25 de Mayo, La Rioja 1915 Louis-Joseph Daumas 29°24′46″S 66°51′21″W / 29.412844°S 66.855889°W / -29.412844; -66.855889 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires; the plinth is decorated with bronze ornaments

Mendoza

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
ALTURA Argentina Wine Tourism - Mendoza, Plaza San Martín - panoramio.jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Mendoza 1904 Louis-Joseph Daumas, José García 32°53′16″S 68°50′26″W / 32.887643°S 68.840608°W / -32.887643; -68.840608 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires, placed on a pedestal of granite rocks
MEDA-GSM.jpg José de San Martín Cerro de la Gloria, Mendoza 1911-1914 Juan Manuel Ferrari 32°53′20″S 68°53′28″W / 32.888797°S 68.891183°W / -32.888797; -68.891183 The Monument to the Army of the Andes features an allegorical representation of Freedom and an equestrian statue of San Martin, with bronze reliefs around a base of rocks

Neuquén

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
San Martín monument (cropped).jpg José de San Martín Avenida Argentina, Neuquén 1953-54 Louis-Joseph Daumas, José Antonio Alonso 38°57′06″S 68°03′33″W / 38.951781°S 68.059071°W / -38.951781; -68.059071 Copy of the famous statue in Buenos Aires, placed on a high modern pedestal. The original classical plinth was clad with limestone but this was replaced in 2014

Río Negro

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Centro Cívico monumento a Roca.JPG Julio Argentino Roca Centro Cívico, Bariloche 1941 Emilio Sarniguet, Alejandro Bustillo (pedestal) 41°08′01″S 71°18′37″W / 41.133512°S 71.310144°W / -41.133512; -71.310144 Placed on a pedestal of rough stone blocks

Santa Fe

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Plaza San Martín - Rosario - Argentina.jpg José de San Martín Plaza San Martín, Rosario 1911-13 Henri Allouard 32°56′37″S 60°38′59″W / 32.943669°S 60.649714°W / -32.943669; -60.649714 Copy of a statue in Boulogne-sur-Mer, the gray granite pedestal is decorated with bronze reliefs
Monumento a Manuel Belgrano en Rosario (atardecer).jpg Manuel Belgrano Bulevar Oroño, Rosario 1922-1928 Arnoldo Zocchi 32°57′29″S 60°39′25″W / 32.958183°S 60.656925°W / -32.958183; -60.656925 Gift of the Italian Argentine community to the city; mounted on a polished red Sierra Chica granite pedestal

Santiago del Estero

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Monumento a Belgrano en Santiago del Estero.jpg Manuel Belgrano Plaza Libertad, Santiago del Estero 1912 Arturo Tomagnini 27°47′00″S 64°16′00″W / 27.783333°S 64.266667°W / -27.783333; -64.266667 The stone pedestal is decorated with three bronze reliefs and allegorical statues

Armenia[edit]

Yerevan

Australia[edit]

Australian Capital Territory

Mounted Memorial on Anzac Parade, Canberra, which shows two soldiers of the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps (ANZAC) and their horses; it was unveiled in 1968.

New South Wales

Equestrian statue of the mythical bushranger, Govett, who leapt his horse over a cliff rather than be captured. This event, commemorated in bronze, never took place.
The name Govett's Leap pertains to a waterfall named after surveyor William Romaine Govett.
Equestrian statue of Dorothea Mackellar.
King Edward VII, location near Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Macquarie Street. The sculptor was Sir Thomas Brock, and it was erected in 1921.
Equestrian statue of Frederick Ward.

Queensland

Second Boer War Memorial in ANZAC Square.
Equestrian statue of King George V in front of the Brisbane City Hall (King George Square), 1938.
Equestrian statue of Gunsynd.

South Australia

South African War Memorial. The memorial was designed by Adrian Jones, and was dedicated on June 6, 1904, making it the first equestrian commemorative sculpture in the country.

Victoria

Statue of The Man from Snowy River at Corryong
Memorial to Sir John Monash, created by William Leslie Bowles in Kings Domain area, 1950.
Memorial to Lord Hopetoun in Kings Domain area.
Memorial to King Edward VII by Edgar Bertram Mackennal in Kings Domain area.
Bronze statue of champion racehorse Black Caviar at her birthplace.[5]

Austria[edit]

Vienna

Belgium[edit]

Antwerp

  • Equestrian monument of Léopold I at Leopoldplaats

Brussels

Hasselt

Mons

Liège

Namur

Nieuwpoort

Ostend

Bolivia[edit]

Caracas

Bosnia and Herzegovina[edit]

Bijeljina

Brazil[edit]

Nova Jerusalém

Porto Alegre

Rio de Janeiro

São Paulo

Bulgaria[edit]

Sofia

Dobrich

Gabrovo

Koprivshtitsa

Plovdiv

Targovishte Province

  • Monument of Khan Krum near ancient Bulgarian castle Misionis.

Varna

Veliko Tarnovo

Canada[edit]

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Statue Équestre de Bernardo O'Higgins - Parc de l'Amérique-Latine à Québec.jpg Bernardo O'Higgins Quebec City, Quebec 2007 Located on the grounds of the parc de l'Amerique-Latine, the statue was gifted to the government of Quebec from the government of Chile. It was installed in 2007 although was not formally unveiled until 2008, in the presence of the president of Chile and the premier of Quebec.[6]
Calgary Stampede Sculpture 2 (8033528493).jpg Clem Gardner and unnamed rider Calgary, Alberta 2012 Bob Spaith and Rich Roenisch Located on the grounds of the Calgary Stampede. The sculpture is titled By the Banks of the Bow and includes 15 horses and two riders; with the lead rider being Clem Gardner, the first Canadian All Around champion at the inaugural Calgary Stampede[7]
Edward VII Monument, Toronto - DSC09883.JPG King Edward VII Toronto, Ontario 1969 Thomas Brock Located on the grounds of Queen's Park. The sculpture was created in 1911 for the Delhi Durbar and was located in Delhi, India until 1967 when it was removed. The statue was transported to Canada in 1968 and installed at its present location in the following year.[8]
Monument d'Élisabeth II à Ottawa.jpg Queen Elizabeth II Ottawa, Ontario 1992 Jack Harman Located on the grounds of Parliament Hill. The monument was erected to commemorate both Canada the 125th anniversary of Canadian Confederation, as well as the Ruby Jubilee of Elizabeth II. The statue has been temporarily relocated to the gates of Rideau Hall in 2019, in order to facilitate the decade-long renovations taking place on the Centre Block.[9]
Queen Elizabeth II statue (Regina, Saskatchewan).jpg Queen Elizabeth II Regina, Saskatchewan 2005 Susan Velder Located within the Queen Elizabeth II Gardens at the Wascana Centre, the statue was unveiled by the Queen during her golden jubilee year. The horse that is portrayed in the statue is Burmese, a horse gifted to Elizabeth II by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.[10]
Gabriel Dumont, Friendship Park, Saskatoon (505724) (26116441396).jpg Gabriel Dumont Saskatoon, Saskatchewan 1985 William Epp Located on the grounds of Friendship Park.[11]
Socle de la Statue-Équestre-de-Saint-Georges et église de Saint-Georges 02.jpg Saint George Saint-Georges, Quebec 1915 Louis Jobin Located on the grounds of the Church of Saint-Georges, the statue depicts the legend of Saint George and the Dragon.[12]
A trip to Bar U Ranch Alberta Canada I have been past here many times but this was my first visit and i will be back again for sure, what a little jem well worth a visit for sure. (28668897443).jpg George Lane Bar U Ranch, Alberta Rich Roenisch Located on the grounds of the Bar U Ranch, National Historic Site of Canada. Titled A Question of Survival, the sculpture depicts former ranch owner George Lane fend off an attack from wolves
Ian Millar Perth, Ontario 2005 Located on the grounds of Stewart Park, the sculpture depicts Ian Millar riding his world champion show jumping horse Big Ben.[13]
Calgary, October 201 (14) (21637600554).jpg James Macleod Calgary, Alberta Located on the grounds of Fort Calgary.[14]
James Macleod Ottawa, Ontario 2005 Located on the grounds of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Headquarters. The statue is a replica of the James Macleod statue at Fort Calgary. However, in addition to commemorating Macleod, the statue is also used as a memorial for RCMP members who were killed while on policing duty.[15]
James Morrow Walsh and Sitting Bull Cypress Hills, Saskatchewan Located on the grounds of Fort Walsh, the sculpture depicts the meeting of James Morrow Walsh, the superintendent of the North West Mounted Police and Sitting Bull, a Sioux chief; both figures are on horseback.[16]
Jardin Jeanne d Arc - 06.jpg Joan of Arc Quebec City, Quebec Anna Hyatt Huntington Located on the grounds of the Joan of Arc Gardens. The statue was donated to the park by Anna Hyatt Huntington and commemorates those who fought for New France during the conquest of 1760.[17]
Robert the Bruce Statue 2.jpg Robert the Bruce Calgary, Alberta 1966 Pilkington Jackson Located on the grounds of the Alberta University of the Arts. The statue is a replica of another statue built near Stirling, Scotland two years earlier. Calgary-based lawyer Eric Harvie assisted in having the statue in Stirling installed, and later pushed for a replica to be built in Calgary.[18]
Maharaja Ranjit Singh Mississauga, Ontario Located on the grounds of the Great Punjab Business Centre.[19]
Statue Simón Bolívar Québec 2.jpg Simón Bolívar Quebec City, Quebec 1983 Adamo Tadolini Located on the grounds of the parc de l'Amerique-Latine, the statue was gifted to the government of Quebec from the government of Venezuela and unveiled on the bicentenary of Bolívar's birthday.[20]
Tecumseh Windsor, Ontario 2018 Mark Williams Located at the centre of a roundabout near the Detroit River, in the neighbourhood of Old Sandwich Town. The monument also features a statue of Major General Isaac Brock standing next to Tecumseh using his spyglass.[21]
Stampede statue.JPG N/A Calgary, Alberta 1980 Rich Roenisch Located on the grounds of the Calgary Stampede. The sculpture is titled The Bronc Twister and is based on a drawing by Edward Borein.[22] The sculpture does not portray a particular person.
Central Memorial Park, Calgary - R.L. Boyle.png N/A Calgary, Alberta 1914 Louis-Philippe Hébert Located on the grounds of Central Memorial Park. The sculpture is modelled after Russell Lambert Boyle, a veteran of the war; although the sculpture does not explicitly portray him, with the sculpture used as war memorial for the Second Boer War.[23][24]
Meadow lake sk. 60072140.jpg N/A Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan 1970 William Epp Located on Centre Street in downtown Meadow Lake. The statue was installed there by the Meadow Lake Racing and Sports Association. The sculpture depicts a cowboy and a bucking horse and commemorates the early settlers of the community.[25] The sculpture does not portray a particular person.
20161006 48 along Rue St. Jacques @ Rue St. Jean (40457946125).jpg N/A Montreal, Quebec Located within downtown Montreal on Saint Jacques Street.[26]The sculpture does not portray a particular person.
Toronto Businessman on a horse.jpg N/A Toronto, Ontario 1989 William McElcheran Located on the grounds of St. Michael's College School, and forms a part of the University of Toronto's art collection. The sculpture is titled Business Man on Horse.[27] The statue do not portray a particular person.
Business Man on a Horse.jpeg N/A Windsor, Ontario William McElcheran Previously located on the grounds of Windsor Sculpture Park, although acts of vandalism against the sculpture led to its removal. The sculpture is titled Business Man on Horse. [28] The sculpture does not portray a particular person.
200 365 2018 - Painted Hand Casino - Yorkton, Saskatchewan (42614536615).jpg N/A Yorkton, Saskatchewan 2010 Lionel Peyachew Located on the grounds of Painted Hand Casino. The sculpture is titled Counting Coup, named after a practice with warriors of the First Nations of the Canadian Prairies.[29] The sculpture does not portray a particular person.

Chile[edit]

Santiago de Chile

China[edit]

Statue of Ma Yuan at Fuboshan, Guilin.

Dalian, Liaoning Province

Hohhot, Inner Mongolia

Ordos, Inner Mongolia

Fuboshan, Guilin

China - Taiwan[edit]

Taipei, Taiwan

  • Equestrian statue of Yue Fei in Linsen Park

Colombia[edit]

Barranquilla

Cartagena

Medellín

Croatia[edit]

Zagreb

Cuba[edit]

Havana

Czech Republic[edit]

Prague

Poděbrady

Denmark[edit]

Copenhagen

Aarhus

  • Equestrian monument of King Christian X in bronze by Helen Schou on Bispetorv (Bishop's Square), erected in 1955.

Aalborg

Esbjerg

Hvidovre

  • Equestrian statue of Postrytter (Mail-horseman) placed just outside the old Hvidovre Post Office on Hvidovrevej, by Johannes Bjerg, 1935.

Nakskov

  • Equestrian monument of King Christian X in bronze by V. Kvederis, erected in 1952.

Odense

Slagelse

  • Equestrian monument of King Christian IX in bronze by L. Brandstrup, erected 1910.

Egypt[edit]

Alexandria

Cairo

England[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom#England

Estonia[edit]

Viljandi

Ethiopia[edit]

Addis Abeba

Finland[edit]

Helsinki

Lahti

  • Bronze equestrian monument of Marshal of Finland C.G.E. Mannerheim, located in Asematori square, by Veikko Leppänen, erected in 1959.
  • Equestrian statue The Hakkapeliittas' homecoming, by Pentti Papinaho, erected in 1975.

Lappeenranta

  • Equestrian statue Rakuunapatsas (Dragoon) by Pentti Papinaho, erected in 1982.

Rantsila

  • Equestrian statue of Field Marshal Johan August Sandels, on his horse Bijou in town centre, by team of sculptors led by Martti Väänänen, erected in 1989.

France[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in France

Georgia[edit]

Tbilisi

Kutaisi

Poti

Telavi

Germany[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Germany

Greece[edit]

Athens

Arta

Thessaloniki

Hungary[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Hungary

India[edit]

Agra

Chennai

Dhubri

Bangalore

Kolhapur

Kolkata

Thanjavur

Mumbai

Pune

Punjab

Solapur

Indonesia[edit]

Jakarta

Cilacap

Semarang

Salatiga

  • Equestrian statue of Diponegoro at the intersection of Jl. Diponegoro and Jl. Jenderal Sudirman.

Jogjakarta

Makassar

Iran[edit]

Statue of Nader Shah, the founder of the Afsharid dynasty. – Naderi Museum

Mashhad

Zabol

Iraq[edit]

Baghdad

Ireland[edit]

Boyle

Israel[edit]

Hurfeish

Jerusalem

Kfar Tavor

  • Monument to village founders.

Kiryat Tiv'on

Tel Aviv

Italy[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Italy

Japan[edit]

Tokyo

Kanazawa

Kobe

Kōchi

Komatsushima

  • Equestrian statue of Minamoto Yoshitsune. The tallest equestrian statue in Japan (6.7 meters high).

Kumagaya

Kushimoto

Nagano

Nagoya

Osaka

Ōsaki

Sendai

Ueda

Wakayama

Jordan[edit]

Al-Karak

Kazakhstan[edit]

Aktobe

Korday

  • Equestrian statue of Utegen-Baghatur in front of The Palace of Culture.

Nur-Sultan

  • Equestrian statue of Kazakh Khan Kenesary Kasymov.
  • Equestrian statue of Baghatur Bogenbay.

Oral

Taraz

  • Equestrian statue of Baydibek Karsha-Uly (sculptured by D.Aldekov and N.Rustemov) at the city central square, 2002.

Korea - North[edit]

Pyongyang

Korea - South[edit]

Kosovo[edit]

Pristina

Kyrgyzstan[edit]

Bishkek

  • Equestrian statue of Mikhail Frunze at a large park (Boulevard Erkindik) across from the train station. Foto
  • Equestrian statue of Manas in front of Philharmonic.

Latvia[edit]

Riga

  • Equestrian monument of Peter the Great, at Brīvības gatves, by German sculptor Schmidt-Kossel, erected in 1910. The statue was evacuated and lost during WW1, but was later returned to Riga.

Lithuania[edit]

Vilnius

Birštonas

Luxemburg[edit]

Luxembourg

North Macedonia[edit]

Skopje

Bitola

Mexico[edit]

Mexico City

Chihuahua

Chinameca

Zacatecas

Moldova[edit]

Chişinău

  • Equestrian monument of Grigore Kotovski by Lazar Dubinovsky at the Kotovski square, 1954.

Tiraspol

  • Equestrian monument of Alexander Suvorov by Valentin and Victor Artamonovs at the Suvorov square, 1979.

Mongolia[edit]

Ulaanbaatar

Tov aimag

Khovd

Morocco[edit]

Casablanca

Namibia[edit]

Windhoek

Netherlands[edit]

Amsterdam

Breda

The Hague

Katwijk aan den Rijn

  • De schutter (man on horse) by G.Brouwer, 1986.

Nijmegen

  • Equestrian with no identifying plaque on a pillar near the railway station

Rotterdam

Utrecht

Norway[edit]

Oslo

Philippines[edit]

Image Portrayed person Location Date Sculptor Coordinates Note
Gabriela Silang Makati Jose Mendoza 14°33′18.1″N 121°01′27.4″E / 14.555028°N 121.024278°E / 14.555028; 121.024278 [43]
Martin Delgado Iloilo City 2019 Ginés Serrán-Pagán 10°43′05.8″N 122°32′52.6″E / 10.718278°N 122.547944°E / 10.718278; 122.547944 [44]

Peru[edit]

Lima

Poland[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Poland

Portugal[edit]

Braga

Lisbon

Batalha

Cantanhede

Porto

Vila Viçosa

Romania[edit]

Bucharest

Cluj-Napoca

Focşani

  • Equestrian Statue of Alexander Suvorov at the battlefield of Battle of Rymnik. The first sculpture by Boris Eduards was erected in 1913, but was lost during WWI. A new sculpture by Marius Butunoiu was erected in 1959.

Iași

Târgu Mureş

Russia[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Russia

Serbia[edit]

Belgrade

Niš

Novi Sad

Zrenjanin

Slovakia[edit]

Bratislava

Komárno

Štúrovo

Žilina

Slovenia[edit]

Ljubljana

  • Rudolf Maister, Slovenian army general and poet, sculpture by Jakov Brdar. It stands in front of the Ljubljana railway station.

South Africa[edit]

Cape Town

Kimberley

Pretoria

Port Elizabeth

Spain[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in Spain

Sri Lanka[edit]

Sudan[edit]

Khartoum

Sweden[edit]

Stockholm

Gothenburg

  • Equestrian called Kopparmärra of Karl IX, standing at Kungsportsplaten.

Helsingborg

Linköping

Malmö

Vänersborg

Switzerland[edit]

Basel

Bern

Elm

Fribourg

Geneva

Lausanne

Ligornetto

Muralto

St. Gallen

St. Gotthard Pass

Zürich

Syria[edit]

Aleppo

Damascus

Thailand[edit]

Bangkok

Tunisia[edit]

Tunis

Turkey[edit]

Ankara

Antalya

Bursa

Samsun

Ukraine[edit]

Kyiv

Izmail

Kamianka-Buzka

Kharkiv

  • Monument to the founders of Kharkiv (Cossack Kharko statue).

Luhansk

Lviv

United Kingdom[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom

United States[edit]

See: List of equestrian statues in the United States

Uruguay[edit]

Montevideo

Minas

Uzbekistan[edit]

Tashkent

  • Equestrian of Tamerlane at the Amir Timur Square at the end of the pedestrian street.

Venezuela[edit]

Caracas

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