A handsome Zuni horse fetish hand carved by Zuni artist Tyrone Poncho. The reddish brown of the Dolomite is reminiscent of the reddish-brown horses of North America. This horse, though simply carved, exudes thoughtfulness and artistry. The rock art on either side of the horse portrays Kokopelli, dancers, a pathway, and brotherhood. This horse symbolizes the interconnectedness between living beings and the earth.