Stand Up Horses
Install 2x6s on the top as sacrificial surfaces that can be cut into without damaging the horse or a saw blade. Cut each 2x6 about 1/4-in. long on each end. That allows them to stand up on their own, so at the end of a job you can fold in the legs on each one; stand them up, and then run around grabbing two in each hand. They’re also easier to store in the upright position in a shop and trailer.