In planning my trip I saw had to visit Lincoln City because they've got an Abe Lincoln on a Horse statue. We've got one of those on campus! I took a picture today so you could see him hidden away in the apple orchard. There's also this post from 2006 that sort of explains the origin of the sculpture.
Lincoln City is on the Pacific and was incorporated on my fourth birthday when three neighboring cities and two unincorporated towns were consolidated. The statue was given to the city in the same year so I'm guessing that it was a gift to honor the newly named city.
Abe and his horse aren't any more visible in Lincoln City than they are on the Lamont campus. Instead of getting pride of place on the Pacific Coast Highway, Abe sits in the back corner of the Elks Lodge parking lot two blocks away from the PCH. There are at least two other copies of the sculpture. One is at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry in Syracuse (to which the sculptress and her husband also donated 15,000 acres in the Adirondacks) and the other in front of the Bethel, Connecticut Public Library.
I arrived in Lincoln City about noon. It was a bright, sunny day which meant I had to photograph the sculpture looking directly into the sun. But for the magic of image editing software the top two photos would be silhouettes of Lincoln and his horse.