"Sporting Art" issue, "Making History", pg. 36.
"This is one of the few historical pieces I have created, in that it is an homage to the incredible gray ridden by Napoleon Bonaparte.
Though I am sure he may not have played polo, his fine stallion was a highly trained military animal, athletic and highly responsive in many sudden situations - not unlike sport. Many of the early methods of training horses were based on military maneuvers, which later were incorporated into the equestrian sports we enjoy today."