Juliet was one of the artists considered to create the lifesize sculpture of Frankle. She visited him at Bankstead Manor Stud and created her plastercine sculpture of him with his jockey Tom Queally. She was then asked to sculpt him again as a quarter life size, this time standing still without his jockey. She was the runner up for the lifesize commision.
This was a commision from Mrs. James Henderson to sculpt her son George Henderson, on his favorite point-to-pointer Aztec Warrior.
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Bronze of an excited horse pulling and being calmed by his jockey on the way to the start.
Commisioned from the American trainer Bruce Miller, of his daughter Blythe Miller riding Lonesome Glory, in the triumph hurdle.