especially if you've got a design of a woman on a horse. I don't have any. Well, here are my coins (and medals) with someone on a horse, in no particular order:  1999 Delaware Statehood Quarter and 2016 North Dakota ATB Quarter.  1935 Pony Express Medal - 75th Anniversary. The Reverse shows the Relay Station where they changed ponies.  1960 Pony Express Medal - Centennial. The Pony Express lasted only about a year. Do you know why?  1951 Great Britain 5 Shillings and 2007 Russia 10 Kopeks. St. George astride a horse, slaying the Dragon or Serpent.  1973 Canada 25-cent piece.  A Medal (in a series commemorating the Battle of Gettysburg) about the temporary defeat and retreat of Union forces at McPherson Ridge. (Remember your History classes?)  Golden State Mint copper rounds, showing Chief Red Horse, in full headdress and spear, and a Sioux Chief on a horse, appealing to the Great Spirit. There's a real statue of the latter in Boston.  From one of my favorite series - The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse - these are the White Horse of Conquest, Red Horse of War, Black Horse of Famine, and Pale Horse of Death. (Common Reverse - a really cool design - at center.)  These are from the Korean Chiwoo Cheonwang series. Komsco Mint medals from 2017 and 2018, with the mythical warrior on his horse.  Finally, since I can't find any woman on a horse in my stash, I choose this one. 1916 Italy 2-Lire. She's not exactly astride a horse, but close enough. This is one of my favorites. My photo skills aren't good enough to capture the stunning details of this piece. I really like old Italian and French designs. Looking forward to seeing your Warriors (or anyone) on Horses. Thanks!