"Trooper of the Plains" depicts a cavalry soldier on horseback,
brandishing a revolver. The galloping horse is supported by only a clump
of sage brush. Remington enjoyed experimenting with daring,
gravity-defying poses that indicated his technical mastery of the
sculptural process. The artist copyrighted "Trooper of the Plains" in
1909, the year of his death. This cast was number 44 of 100 limited edition issues forged by the manufacturer and originally purchased by the collector at Wentworth Gallery in St. Louis. It comes with a certificate of authenticity by the dealer.