Bill the Bastard has arrived home and is stabled in the Murrumburrah studio while the final arrangements are made for his permanent site.
Visitors are welcome to come and visit Bill at the studio, where he will be illuminated for viewing through the glass doors.
A closer look may be had by phoning the sculptor, Carl Valerius. Carl's number is on the door of the studio.
The life-size bronze statue of the massive horse, who weighed 730 kilograms and stood at 17 hands, depicts a famous scene from the battle of Romani on August 4, 1916.
Bill was known to allow only one man, Major Michael Shanahan of the Second LHR, to successfully ride him.
But in the thick of fighting that day, Bill did something remarkable carrying Shanahan and four other soldiers more than 3km to safety.
Later in the battle of Romani, Shanahan was shot in the leg and passed out.
Bill, sensing that his rider was unconscious, carried Shanahan three kilometres to medical aid.