Orkney is an archipelago of the northern coast of Scotland and contains about 70 islands – 20 of which are inhabited. These islands have incredible history – the village of Skara Brae is Europe’s most well-preserved Neolithic settlement and is believed to have been inhabited from around 3100 BCE. By the Iron Age, these islands were home to a variety of Pictish tribes living comfortable agricultural lives until the arrival of Norse invaders in the 8th century.
For this year’s Celtic Fling, our Orkney has been done in an eye catching golden palomino tobiano pinto with high gloss finish. Done on the Stablemates Clydesdale (mold #5604) sculpted by Kathleen Moody, this handsome fellow will certainly brighten your day!
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