Archive for the ‘Collection’ Category

Georg

Georg, the 3rd release in the 2019 Premier Club, arrived early this week.

He is a Rhenish German Coldblood stallion sculpted by Brigitte Eberl.

I’m really, really happy with the color of mine. Usually the Premier models have flashier, more complicated coat patterns, so it’s refreshing to see a solid color instead.

He’s a little derpy looking from the front…

But he has a very sweet face and a gentle expression. โค

His dapples are nice too. I’m not sure if Breyer’s using a new technique or not, but the dappling seems to be consistently nice throughout the run. (at least from what I’ve seen, anyway!)

It’s not without some imperfections though… mine has a squiggly “S” shaped dapple on his show side. I actually busted up laughing when I noticed it. It inspired an S name anyway… Samwise, from Lord of the Rings. ๐Ÿ˜„

I’m really pleased with him though, and am happy to see another draft sculpture in Breyer’s lineup. He’s going to look so good in different colors!

All 2019 horses together:

Read Full Post »

Lucien

Lucien, Breyer’s fall 2019 Collector Club horse, arrived this week.

I’ve been keeping an eye out for this one ever since he was revealed at BreyerFest this year. I’m also glad he’s available to all CC members instead of a limited SR you’d have to be drawn for.

Another pinto? Yes please, I’m totally ok with that. ๐Ÿ˜

As far as I know, he is still available on Breyer’s website, but who knows for how long. You do have to be a member of the Collector Club to purchase him though.

Read Full Post »

Hamilton arrived this week!

Hamilton, an American Saddlebred stallion, is the second release in the Premier club this year. He was sculpted and designed by Jennifer Scott of Aspen Leaf Studios.

I was so excited when this guy was fully revealed! Jennifer’s sculptures are beautiful and this guy didn’t disappoint. He is gorgeous.

Hey Breyer, can we have more horses by Jennifer, please? โค We have been so SPOILED with all of these new sculptures in their line and I love it.

My favorite thing about him is his tail. I’ve read that it was designed as a counterbalance, and this is true. He’s not tippy at all, and stands very sturdy. He even stands on my CARPET, and I have thick carpet that very few of my horses will stand on.

Here he is compared to Breyer’s American Saddlebred Stallion:

They’re very close in size:

And here’s a shot with my dorito horse Five Gaiter:

I can’t wait to see him in more colors!

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »