In the lower part of the panel, there is an image of a horseman with a lash in his hand. To the right of him, there are two linear zoomorphic figures located one under other. The figures are made with pecking. In the right upper part, there is a pecked horizontal line. Also the panel has some single engraved lines that are not clear images.
The panel is located at a height of 1.3 m from the foot of the tier on the rocky outcrops of the Devonian sandstone. The sizes of the panel are 0.5 x 0.9 m. It is exposed to the south-southeast and has a tilt angle -5º. The panel is damaged by the crumbling of the rock crust and weathering. Also there are some local damages by lichens.