On May 20th, 2018 our glorious galloping horse was installed and unveiled in Geyserville. Henceforth to be called Victory for this miraculous creation despite tragedy. She survived the Tubbs fire of 2017, while the artist Bryan Tedrick lost his studio.
A Gigantic Galloping Horse has come to her permanent home in Geyserville. Built by Bryan Tedrick, the artist who built Coyote and Lord Snort (the boar) that were in town for a few months. The horse is on the same scale as those two, approximately 25ft. tall and 25 ft wide. It will stay forever at the South entrance to Geyserville.
To help cover costs you can send a tax deductible donation by mail to: Geyserville Community Foundation, PO Box 593, Geyserville 95441. or donate here. 100% of your donation will go to the Horse. It is tax deductible and we will acknowledge your donation via thank you note, website and for the larger donations on the permanent plaque.
Grey Chandler, a senior at the New Tech Academy High School in Geyserville has made a life size horse to be donated for fund raising purposes.
Rusted material donors
Ron Black, Rand Dericco, Barney Marinell, Barry O’Mera, Lou Parde, Jim Syar, Syar Industries,
The Heiges Family