Ha! The weather was beautiful Saturday and I was in the mood to get out of town so off I went to Connecticut. The "Circuit Rider" sculpture by Anna Hyatt Huntington is proudly displayed by the Bethel Public Library at one of the busiest intersections in town. This was a small version of the sculpture. It was maybe half the size, or smaller, than the versions in Syracuse, Lincoln City, Oregon, and at work.
Huntington donated the sculpture to the library in 1967. Her studio was on a nearby estate owned by her husband, Archer M. Huntington. After Anna's death in 1973 the estate was given to the state for use as a state park. The entrance to the park, named after Archer's adoptive father, railroad magnate and ship builder Collis P. Huntington, is marked by two Anna Huntington sculptures: A bear with two cubs and two howling wolves.
That's all the versions of the sculpture that I know about. If anyone sees another one let me know.