Goat for goat tying

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Goat for goat tying

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Goat
by Laura Skillern

Elfin size (only)- 1:19 scale - goat scale
Overall dimensions: 4 " long, tail to head x
1.25" top of head
2.5"wide, hoof tip to back

Solid cast with stainless steel wire reinforcement. 

Released June 2013
No longer produced/ Mold destroyed
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Goat Tying

Contestants dismount their horse while it is sliding to a stop or running, and race to the staked-out goat, which must be flanked, in order to tie three of its legs together with a nylon or cotton rope with an approximate length of four feet, called a "string." Beeswax is used to preserve the longevity of the string and help the tie hold longer.

When the goat is tied, contestants signal the end of their run by throwing their hands up and getting off the goat to indicate the completion of the run. The contestant with the fastest time wins.

© All rights to the sculpture of Goat reserved by Seunta LLC & Laura Skillern.