The image of bronze horse is impressive, because there are many excellent paintings depicting galloping horse in ancient times, so the bronze horse carving works are more flexible and unusual on the basis of ensuring accurate proportion and realism, and the bronze horse works of art are more lifelike.
In the Han Tomb of Leitai in Wuwei, a group of bronze chariots and horses with the largest number and magnificent lineup in China was found. It is composed of 38 horses, 1 cow, 14 chariots, 17 warrior figures with long halberds and 28 servant figures. The bronze galloping horse with amazing momentum and flying swallow is the leader of this honor team. Behind the galloping horse, there are the leader of the petty officials, the forerunner of the axe carriage, the guard of the warrior figurines on horseback, and the senior officials and officials follow him in the fancy carriage. There are strict regulations on the number of vehicles to be driven. As a local official, the owner of the tomb was obviously arrogated, which reflected the situation that the local armed forces had increased since the Eastern Han Dynasty.