Additionally, paste this code immediately after the opening tag:

Newest Additions to the Breeds of the World Series

8/31/12

The newest additions to the Breeds of the World series! Crafted of fine artist's resin, each horse in this series is mounted on a base, which has a descriptive back stamp. Measures approximately 5.75"L x 5"H.

 

8254
A beloved draft breed, the Clydesdale originated in Scotland in the 19th century. Used for agriculture and heavy hauling, these strong animals grew in popularity and were exported all over the world. The Clydesdale today is very popular as a driving horse, and some are still used for agricultural purposes. These elegant drafts average between 16 and 19 hands high, and have flashy feathering on their lower legs which accentuates their high-stepping gaits.

 

 

 

 

8255
Mustangs have long been a part of America's culture. Descended from the horses brought to the country by the Spanish explorers, Mustangs are feral horses that roam the western United States. Over generations, these horses mixed with domesticated herds, and developed into the hardy Mustangs we know today.



These items are in stock now on BreyerHorses.com!

 

Categories: | Breyer_News | Collector_Club_News

Comments

BreyerLover2222 Says:
12/15/2016 at 2:15 pm

I love them all!!! :)

mustangluvr383 Says:
09/29/2012 at 7:19 pm

:)

I want all of them!!!!!!!! :)

sant Says:
09/07/2012 at 11:30 am

the resins are NOT that expensive. They are less than a traditional size horse, and they are even cheaper if you go to www.handwc.com they sell breyers for REALLY good prices. I got mine already of of H and H Winner Circle. They also have a bunch of retired and hard to find breyers at really good prices.

Brownsugar Says:
09/06/2012 at 4:26 pm

I almost have them all!

bedfordbIack Says:
09/01/2012 at 2:01 am

Love these resins, just wish they weren't so expensive. I want to get them all haha

bedfordbIack Says:
09/01/2012 at 2:01 am

Love these resins, just wish they weren't so expensive. I want to get them all haha

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment

Click here to log in to your account

--