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List of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom

This is a list of equestrian statues in the United Kingdom.

See also: List of equestrian statues by country



  • Equestrian statue of King Richard I by Carlo Marochetti outside the Houses of Parliament.
  • Equestrian of King George IV in Trafalgar Square, 1840s.
  • Equestrian of King Charles I in Trafalgar Square.
  • Equestrian of the First Duke of Wellington outside Apsley House.
  • Equestrian named Physical Energy by George Frederic Watts in the Kensington Gardens, 1907. The replica of Energy statue, as part of Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town.
  • Equestrian statue of Ferdinand Foch near Victoria Station.


  • Equestrian statue of "The Fine Lady" at Banbury Cross.


  • Equestrian of King William III by John Michael Rysbrack at the Queen Square, 1736.
  • Equestrian of John Wesley with the John Wesley’ Chapel behind.


  • Equestrian of Godfrey Morgan by Sir Goscombe John at Gorsedd Gardens, 1909.


  • Equestrian of Field Marshall Stapleton Cotton by Carlo Marochetti at the end of the Grosvenor Bridge, opposite the entrance to Chester Castle.


  • Equestrian of Field Marshall Viscount Gough just 25m inside the grounds of Chillingham Castle, by John Henry Foley. Erected in Dublin in 1980, was hurled down in 1957, re-erected at new place in 1990.


  • Equestrian of Lady Godiva (or Godgifu) in city centre.


  • Equestrian of Bonnie Prince Charlie at Cathedral Green.


  • Equestrian monument to the Royal Scots Greys at the Princes Street Gardens.


  • Equestrian of Redvers Buller at Hele Road


  • Equestrian of Queen Victoria at the George Square.
  • Equestrian of Prince Albert at the George Square.
  • Equestrian of Duke of Wellington outside the Gallery of Modern Art.
  • Lobey Dosser with Rank Bajin on El Fidelio, Woodlands Road. This monument to Bud Neill is claimed to be the only two-legged equestrian statue in the world. For further images see Commons:Category:Lobey Dosser.


  • Equestrian of the Emperor Nerva on Southgate Street. A replica of a roman statue found in the remains of the South Gate.


  • Equestrian of Sir Hugh Calveley (The Perfect Knight) in the Middle Ward of the Mont Orgueil Castle.


  • Equestrian of Duke of Wellington.

Kingston upon Hull

  • Equestrian of King William III.


  • Equestrian of Prince Edward on City Square by Sir Thomas Brock.


  • Equestrian of Queen Victoria by Thomas Thorneycroft in front of the St. George's Hall.
  • Equestrian of Prince Albert by Thomas Thorneycroft in front of the St. George's Hall.


  • Equestrian of Edward Horner (who fell at the Battle of Cambrai in 1917) by Sir Alfred Munnings inside Church of St Andrew.


  • Equestrian of King William III.


  • The Copper Horse. Equestrian of King George III on the on Snow Hill, Windsor Great Park.


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