BreyerFest tickets went on sale last week – if you haven’t had a chance to purchase yours yet, you can get them here!
One of the most fun parts about BreyerFest is the amazing model horse shopping, and if you’re interested in selling at BreyerFest, we offer three fun ways for our in-person attendees to sell and two ways for our virtual fans to sell!
If you’re a sculptor, painter, or customizer, the BreyerFest Artisans’ Gallery is the place for you to showcase your work! Hosted in-person at the Clarion hotel, the Artisans’ Gallery takes place Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evenings and showcases premier artists in the model horse hobby.
Also taking place at the Clarion on Thursday and Friday evenings is the Swap Meet! This is the perfect venue for you if you’re looking to buy, sell, or trade older, vintage, or surplus model horse collections and accessories.
If you’ve got a larger retail operation, the BreyerFest Vendor Marketplace at the Kentucky Horse Park is the center of all the BreyerFest action! Hosted on the concourse of the Covered Arena and in an adjacent tented space, the Vendor Marketplace is the perfect spot for retailers of all types – apparel, housewares, jewelry, books, and tack.
Not able to join us in person (or, want to reach a wider audience)? The Virtual Artisans’ Gallery and Virtual Marketplace are the online platforms where our sellers can reach Breyer fans around the world!
You can learn more about all these fun options here! If you’re interested in being an in-person seller, be sure to get your application in early. Spots do fill quickly!
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November 15, 2022
I have a vintage palomino or Arabian that I am trying to identify. Quite sure it is a breyer due to details and size. Do breyer horses have detailed undersides?? I thought this one looked like My Friend Flicka