We are more than halfway through our incredible Special Run model reveals for BreyerFest: Driving Forward! You can catch up on anyone you’ve missed here, on our Exclusive Models page.
We’ve got another slice of driving history for fans with this model reveal!
In 1852, Henry Wells and William Fargo joined together to provide express mail and banking services to the booming population in California who moved out west in response to the discovery of gold. Their iconic stagecoaches transported mail, goods, and people across the country for decades and the history of their incredible teams of driving horses was highlighted in the brand’s logo for more than 150 years. These teams of horses included lighter breeds, like Morgans, for longer hauls over easy terrain, and draft horses, like Shires, for heavier loads, bad weather, and rougher journeys.
For our celebration of Driving Forward this summer, our Wells has been done on the loose mane version of the Shire Gelding, mold # 744 sculpted by Karen Gerhardt, in an eye-catching silver dapple black with four white socks and a white blaze.
This handsome Special Run will be available to VIP, All-Access, and Online Traditional Access ticket holders and we know he can’t wait to find a home on your shelf.
We will see you right back here on the BreyerFest Blog tomorrow for another reveal!
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