Glossy dappled black is a Vintage favorite, and now on the Legionario III Andalusian, he'll be a new old favorite! Legionario III (mold #68) was sculpted by Chris Hess as a portrait of the famous and influential Andalusian Stallion owned by the Garrison Ranch. The mold is performing a Spanish Walk, a flashy and crowd-pleasing movement that wowed the viewers of the Tournament of Roses Parade for fifteen years.
Andalusians, especially those of Legionario's rare Cartujano bloodlines, are predominately gray, so it is fitting that Ulysses comes in Glossy Dapple Black. A color variation once unique to the #93 Dapple Gray Belgian, it is considered one of the most beautiful and desirable of Breyer's many shades of gray. I think we can all agree, he wears it well!
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