The horse and jockey found off the Cape Artemision at about the time of the birth of Christ. Those tourist who have tried to photograph the racing horse and his little jockey at the Nation Museum know for the crowds, perhaps not statue in the museum attracts so much attention. The figures where found at the bottom of the sea in 1928 by sponge divers. The forward movement of the figures is so compelling that that it is difficult to think of the piece as static. Every muscle of the horse and jockey alike seem to be straining toward that ultimate goal. Although the figures we separated, it is now generally accepted the they were meant for each other.