With a metallic starry coat that blends into the swirling night sky, Altair is a magical sight to behold. He is named after the brightest star in the constellation Aquila. Located along the Milky Way, this constellation is best seen during the summer in the northern sky, where Altair also forms one point of a star pattern called the Summer Triangle.
Altair’s celestial coat is a colorful blend of pink, blue, and lavender, and is covered in silver stars that were painted freehand. His silvery hooves and horn gleam in the moonlight, and his cosmic appearance is complimented by a high gloss finish.