Real Life Breyer Horses: Zenyatta and the Holidays

December 8, 2011

The great Zenyatta made her way into the hearts of millions with her lovely personality and amazing determination. Finishing her racing careers with an astonishing 19 out of 20 wins, this lady easily goes down in the history books! Originally bred in Kentucky, Zenyatta made her home in California and gained a huge group of fans there. Zenyatta raced near and far until her retirement in 2011 when she made her way to Kentucky for breeding at the famous Lane’s End farm. Zenyatta has been in Kentucky for one year this month and is expecting her first foal in the spring of 2012! It will be exciting to see what history that will make. This holiday Breyer brings you two ways to have the lovely Lady Z in to your home and collection and celebrate the spirit of the thoroughbred!

Zenyatta, the bold, dark bay mare who danced her way to the starting gate and ran her way to the winners circle has been immortalized in many ways, one of the most stunning is the traditional model that Breyer has created of her. Feisty and spirited, Zenyatta has been created on the Lonesome Glory mold. All of her markings have been expertly recreated in nearly identical fashion. A lovely traditional mold this large Lady Z is perfect for bringing that Thoroughbred spirit into your stable!

Golden Oak Stables also brings you a little Zenyatta to gallop through your holiday. Back by popular demand Breyer had re-released the Zenyatta ornament from 2011 giving you one last chance to deck the halls with Zenyatta! In full stride, Zenyatta and her jockey Mike Smith are shown in the approaching the starting gate or perhaps cooling down after yet another win. In her iconic teal and pink Zenyatta is the perfect touch to your tree and holiday! Her spirit is sure to bring energy wherever you choose to hang her!

This history making mare is one of the most iconic Thoroughbreds in recent history and a favorite beyond compare! Bringing an amazing horse like this into your stable or home doesn’t happen any day. Don’t miss your chance to make history with one of the fiercest mares the racing world has seen!


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