Shain has a horse you might like. Made by Diversified Woodcrafts, Inc., it doesn't eat anything and doesn't need pasture. In fact, it doesn't even poop on the floor, which makes it an ideal horse. It will take a rider, er..., an artist and his or her work up to 24 inch by 30 inch drawing boards. Comfortable with a grooved seat, it's made of solid maple. You don't even need a saddle to ride this pony. Use this art horse to do your drawings in comfort. You're sure to get years of work from this, uh, workhorse, with it's sealer and multiple coats of lacquer. Sturdy, yet lightweight at 26 pounds, it measures 29 inches long by 33 inches high (back) by 12 inches wide (seat). Yes, mighty small for a horse, but one you'll use again and again. Some assembly required. Add $188.95 for oversized shipping cost. Because a real horse won't hold your artwork.