Measures 46 inches from the bottom of the base to the tip of his cap.
Around 200 pounds
Concrete exterior with metal reinforcements throughout. My manufacturer replaces gravel with crushed marble and granite to give our jockeys the smooth finish and fine details we are known for.
The "cavalier spirit" design usually depicts the "left arm" raised and uses a less exaggerated likeness of a young man, with non-descript features. Several of the "cavalier spirit" jockey statues are prominently displayed at both the entrance of the 21 Club in Manhattan and the entrance of the Santa Anita Park clubhouse in Los Angeles.
A 1947 magazine advertisement uses two images of cavalier-style lawn jockeys to underscore the statue's use as a symbol of hospitality and the hospitality associated with Old Taylor Kentucky Bourbon, stating: "Jockey hitching posts that invited guests to tarry are an old Kentucky tradition – another sign of a good host."