...of Corinthian type, of stylized attenuated form standing on an openwork rectangular base, with crested mane, long forward-pointing ears, and cylindrical muzzle; height 5 3/4 in. 14.6 cm. Estimate 150,000—250,000 USD. Lot Sold 842,500 US.Photo: Sotheby's. Found at Les cahiers d'Alain Truong, via The Ancient World.
(I have to admit the first couple times I viewed this photo, I saw a horse with it's neck extended and mouth wide open. It wasn't until I read the description that I realized the nose/mouth is presented as a cylinder and the upper part of the head is the ears/mane presumably. Viewed either way, it's still a striking image. And crafted in the 8th centurty B.C....)
Addendum: 032125 knew of another strikingly similar example, from the same period, in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.