Sculptures on horses have been abundant at all times, which make it very difficult to innovate out of this tradition subject. Silver Manned Horse No. 5 was the first sculpture of its kind painted in glossy car paint, and outstood itself from traditional aesthetics and form. Pursuing neither familiarity with horse nor sublimity back in Han or Tang Dynasty, it goes for the concept between horse and non-horse. Unlike bronze sculptures which usually looked sturdy, it challenged people’s perspective towards horse sculptures with its lightness as air.