The two zoomorphic figurines from Tel Moẓa depict harnessed horses with bulging eyes punctured in the center. The larger figurine is burnished and has a hollow torso and solid limbs, neck, and head. It has incised trappings, applied reins, and a rider—all of which have mostly broken off . The feet of the rider, whose body is not preserved, remain attached to the horse. The smaller horse figurine is a solid and less meticulously crafted piece, with blinders limiting its vision and the remains of a pack or rider still attached to its body.

These artifacts from Moẓa may be the earliest depictions of horses found in Iron Age Judah.