Gulfstream Park in Hallandale Beach, Florida has been constructing a giant statue of Pegasus defeating a Dragon for the past nearly 2 years. Constructed over several months in 2014 with the statues finished in November with surrounding work soon to be completed it is the world's largest statue of both a riderless horse and a western (winged) dragon. The Pegasus is 100 feet tall and 130 feet in length from head to tail. The dragon is 50 feet tall and 200 feet in length from head to tail. They both have a wingspan of around 200 feet. The Dragon will breathe fire. Pegasus is made of 330 tons of steel and 143 tons of bronze for a total of 473 tons. The Dragon is made of 110 tons of steel and 132 tons of bronze for a total of 242 tons. Combined they weigh 715 tons in steel and bronze. 18,000 screws were used to hold it together and it costed 30 million USD. It is the second tallest statue in America after Lady Liberty. Pegasus has rock features surrounding it while the Dragon has a musical fountain surrounding it. The Dragon will breathe fire. Below Pegasus is a theater. Pegasus and the Dragon.kmz (1.1 KB) Pegasus and the Dragon nearly complete
After doing some research I have discovered that the previously largest equine sculptures were the Kelpies in Falkirk at 98ft.
As for the dragon I love Dragons and have developed a kml of hundreds soon to be uploaded here after finishing the Solar System. I know that:
There are several western dragon sculptures with undetermined estimated lengths in the 50 to 60 feet range making it impossible to tell what the previous record holder for a western dragon it overtook.
It's 200 feet length from head to tail dwarfs the proposed Waking the Dragon sculpture in Wales at 75 feet which would have been the one overtaken had it initially been built in 2012.
It is the largest western style dragon, a.k.a. with wings but not the largest dragon in general which includes wyverns (winged with one pair of legs, the largest of which is a 60ft Ukrainian Ironbelly in nearby Orlando at Universal Studios), Sea Dragons (It is not clear yet which one is the largest), Amphithere's (winged without legs, the largest is Snuffy the Dragon in nearby Sarasota at 30 feet) and Eastern Dragons (discussed in next sentence). The title for the longest is held by an outdoor escalator tunnel dragon north of Yanqing, China located near one of it's largest dams at 258 meters, 846 feet.