Pearlware enamel-painted horses are really quite rare. Most commonly they occur with riders, but unmounted horses are few and far between. The largest unmounted horses were made by Leeds. At about 18 inches, they are magnificently impressive.
At the other end of the size spectrum this 5" pottery horse, formerly in Vandkar's stock, is particularly engaging. The color palette suggests it is Scottish. The bocage is very unusual in both form and color. How often do you see pink and yellow bocage leaves?
This rearing horse was formerly in the stock of the late Jonathan Horne. I have seen this horse on a plinth base, in the stock of the late Allistair Sampson.