The entrance of Greenwood Memorial Park (1909) on White Settlement Road. The quadriga (four horses abreast) has long been a symbol of victory.
Metal sculpture on Handley Drive.
Topiary on Main Street downtown.
At the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame on Gendy Street.
On Sundance Square.
At the Will Rogers complex.
Mural on the Marine Creek tunnel under Exchange Avenue.
Horse fountain at the courthouse.
Stockyards National Bank building (1910) on Exchange Avenue.
On Sylvania Avenue.
Trinity Park has a memorial to Fort Worth firefighters and police officers who were killed in the line of duty.
On North Main Street.
Vaquero de Fort Worth on North Main Street.
A water trough in a commercial park off Six Flags Road is all that remains of W. T. Waggoner’s Arlington Downs racetrack.
Will Rogers on Soapsuds at—where else?—the Will Rogers complex.