• Ethereal Earth

    Ethereal Earth

    One of four Ethereal models representing the elements, this one is Earth.  He is a fantastic bay pinto on the Ethereal mold and mounted on a base.  Breyer model #582 and comes with COA.  A 2007 Limited Edition.  NIB

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  • Trouble


    Here comes Trouble!  This gorgeous Peter Stone, model #9670, is done in a bronze/black color.  His rearing pose is so unique and he comes in his original tack box with a signed certificate of authenticity.  He is stamped on his belly and is a 1996 First Edition, limited to 2,500 pieces.  A very special find […]

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  • Durango


    Hello, Durango!  A beautifully bronzed bay colored mustang with black points.  He is featured on the Smoky mold and is a Commemorative Edition, limited to 10,000 pieces.  Comes with hangtag. Production was in the year 2000,  He is model #1102. He was removed from the box, but never displayed.

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  • Pinto Prancer Retro Release

    Pinto Prancer Retro Release

    This flashy guy is the Limited Edition Retro Release of the Pinto Prancer.  He features a gloriously glossed honey bay coat with black and gold saddle in a blue ribbon box.  He is done on the Western Prancing Horse mold.  This is a hard to find addition to your herd, so lasso him before he’s […]

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  • Make A Wish

    Make A Wish

    I don’t have the words to describe this one!  Simply Stunning!  This is Make a Wish from Breyerfest 2009.  Done on the Arabian Mare mold, Wish is a gorgeous golden palomino.  Breyer model #711069.  Stamped “Breyerfest 2009” on her belly. NIP.

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Traditional Breyer Horse Models

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Fun Breyer Horse Facts

Breyer was originally a clock company, but in 1950 they began producing horses.  The Western Horse was the first model made as an ornament for a clock.  The clocks sold so well that they then decided to sell just the model horse and the rest is history!  Breyer is located in New Jersey and all […]