‘Trigger’ rides again after new offices completed

A piece of public art has been reinstated in Coventry following the completion of a long-term development scheme. The 12 ft tall steel sculpture depicts a black horse once ridden by Alexander the Great. It was located at the island at Greyfriars Green from 1985 until work began to change junction 6 of the Ring Road. The horse, called Bucephalus but affectionately known by Coventry residents as Trigger, was created by Coventry University student and sculptor Simon Evans, and is fashioned from scrap materials. During its remova... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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