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Bronze casts of two horses -- a mare and a foal -- now stand on Village Hill along Woodside Road in Woodside after about two years of planning and fundraising.
The casts were hoisted into place on Tuesday, Aug. 31.
Donors contributed $104,000 toward the $108,000 needed to pay for the two sculptures by Colorado-based artist Veryl Goodnight.
The Woodside Landscape Committee welcomes donations to contribute the final $4,000, said co-chair Phyrne Osborne. Checks may be mailed to the Woodside Community Foundation, P.O. Box 620494, Woodside, CA 94062.
The mare, named "Spring," is bronze and weighs 1,200 pounds, about what its living counterpart would weigh. The bronze cast of the foal, named "Sprite," weighs 300 pounds. The casts are anchored to concrete slabs on Village Hill.
Donations were raised from residents of a town that is proud of, and actively promotes, its equestrian heritage and lifestyle.