Earlier this year, the family made a trip to Washington DC. I was hyper-focused on Tootsers sculpting at the time. We walked past this sculpture and I was immediately captured by the artist's rendering of the legs (as you can tell by my selected photography!). I googled it afterward and learned that it is the
Brigadier General Casimir Pulaski Statue
According to Wikipedia, it is a bronze equestrian statue, by Kazimierz Chodziński. It is located at Freedom Plaza, 13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C. It shows a mounted figure of General Casimir Pulaski. It was authorized on February 27, 1903, and dedicated on May 11, 1910. While it doesn't replace the study of live horses, I think you can learn a lot by studying the work of other artists.