Frederic Remington's The Outlaw No 5 will carry a valuation of $800,000-1.2m to Heritage Auctions' sale of Western and California Art in Dallas on November 14.
The statue is a kinetic depiction of a horse being broken by a rider.
Remington (1861-1909) produced just 15 casts of The Outlaw No 5 during his lifetime.
25 more were produced by the foundry after his death, however these examples lack the complex rendering and sublime attention to detail characteristic of the artist's work.
Earlier this year a Remington painting titled Cutting out Pony Herds sold for $5m at Couer d'Alene Art Auction in Idaho, matching his previous record for The Wounded Bunkie - set at Sotheby's New York in 2008.
Out to Sea, Point Lobos, a painting by Guy Rose (1867-1925), is valued at $200,000-300,000.
A leading American impressionist, Rose worked as an illustrator for a number of magazines alongside his career as a painter.
In the early 1900s he moved to Giverny in France, along with his wife, where he became a close friend of Claude Monet.
A painting titled Owens River, Sierra Nevada, California holds Rose's current auction record of $1.9m.
We have this handwritten letter signed by Claude Monet in 1920.
Wildlife painter Carl Clemen Moritz Rungius' Elk also features in the sale, with an estimate of $60,000-80,000.
The record price for his work is held by The Family, which achieved $952,000 at the Couer d'Alene Art Auction in 2006.
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