Yesterday on the BreyerFest Blog, we gave fans two teasers. Were you able to guess who they were?
First manufactured in Surrey, England, the Surrey cart was a doorless, two-axled carriage that was popular in the United States during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Surrey offered a variety of top options, from rigid to convertible to fringed, allowing drivers to show off their own particular style.
To commemorate these trendy carriages for our celebration of Driving Forward this summer, we’ve done our Surrey & Axle models as a gorgeous few spot leopard appaloosa mare on Lady Phase, mold #40, with a swish tail and an adorable blanket appaloosa foal on the Stock Horse Foal, mold #228, both sculpted by Chris Hess.
This cute pair will be available to VIP, All-Access, and Online Traditional Access ticket holders this summer at BreyerFest and we know they will make the perfect addition to your vintage mold collections.
As well, if you’re feeling the need to scratch that BreyerFest itch before July, join us in February at BreyerWest in Denver! This fun weekend takes place at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo and offers guests workshops, model horse shows, meet & greets with Breyer artists, Breyer merchandise, an evening Swap Meet/Artisans’ Gallery, and even a stunning Special Run model. We look forward to seeing you in Denver! More information is available here and you can register for activities and purchase your Special Run model here!
We will see you right back here on the BreyerFest Blog tomorrow!
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