Holiday Shopping Time! Early 2010 Breyer Releases

Each year, in the late fall, Breyer releases a handful of the new year’s releases just in time for the holidays. This year is no exception with exciting new models that have galloped their way to Golden Oak Stables just in time to come home with you for the holidays!

One of the most exciting releases is a new Arabian mare named s’Justadream. This is a new mold that was released at Breyerfest 2009 but looks much different than you might imagine. s’Justadream is actually the Make A Wish model but with a different head and neck! Breyer created the mold with at least two different heads and tails, and this is the first look we are getting at the new version! She is a beautiful chestnut Arabian mare full of spunk.

Another new mold from Breyerfest is Bet Yer Boons, done on the Roxy mold from Breyerfest 2009. She is the portrait of a beautiful red roan quater horse mare. This is the first release of the new Roxy mold as a regular run and she is flashy and beautiful!

O Leary’s Irish Diamond is a beautiful dapple grey Irish Draft horse on the Cleveland Bay mold. This mold is one of the most popular molds in the current line up and the soft dapple grey color that is gracing him currently is sure to become a favorite.

Two new releases in the “My Favorite Horses” line are Baxter and Chili. Both Morgans are done in flashy new colors: Baxter in a really beautiful rose dapple grey and Chili in a flashy chestnut pinto. Baxter done on the Sherman Morgan mold is a high stepping Morgan that shows the spirit of the Morgan horse. Chili, on the Kenebec Count mold, stands quietly showing the versatility of the Morgan breed. Both are beautiful and show wonderful qualities of the breed.

These new models are some of the best that Breyer has released in quite a long time and letting them pass by would be a mistake! 2010 is already bringing exciting new molds and models! Who knows what the new year might bring!

~Stacy

Email Stacy: Stacy@GoldenOakStables.com

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