Entirely made by hand, this impressive figurine showcasing a horse, seated woman, and three children was created by Jemez potter Carol Lucero Gachupin. The horse faces forward, a blanket laid across its back, where a woman sits side saddle, holding a baby in a cradleboard. The woman’s hair is long, pulled up and twisted, and she is adorned in turquoise accents. The baby is wrapped in a white swaddle with black accents and also showcases a turquoise painted necklace accent, while the cradleboard is painted in black with traditional designs. Another child rests near the horse’s tail on his stomach, holding a cowboy hat, with a lasso wrapped around one arm. The hat features a painted feather, while the boy is painted in red, black, white, and turquoise. The third child featured in the piece stands hear the horse’s head, holding its reigns, made of string, in both hands. The boy stands tall, also featuring a turquoise painted necklace, and is painted in red, black, and white. 7 3/4″ tall x 7″ long x 4″ wide.