Breyer Horse Collecting: Model Horse Diversity

One of the most fantastic things about collecting Breyer horses is that you can bring just about any breed into your stables. There’s nothing stopping you from bringing the horses of your dreams into your life, at least in model form! It might not be something you think about your collection every day, but when you take a step back and look at all the different horses, you’ll probably be surprised by how diverse it is!

Real life horses vary from one horse to another, but for most horse lovers, exotic breeds of horses aren’t seen in every day life. Even some breeds that aren’t exotic aren’t seen very often. Different regions of the country and the world have certain breeds that tend to be common to it, and even going to a different state or region can show your horses you’ve never seen before. When you think about that, it makes the world of Breyer pretty incredible!

In the past two decades Breyer has brought some incredible breeds to it’s stable that many of us would never have the chance to experience or learn about if not for them! Breeds like the Norwegian Fjord have only recently become a household name and are still an exotic site in most areas of the world. The Gypsy Vanner has been a part of the Gypsy world for hundreds of years, but only recently has this breed become known to horse lovers all over the world.  The Hackney Pony is a unique little horse that might be well known among some riding circles, but is truly a rare sight among many.  As for truly exotic, the Peruvian Paso is a horse that brings all of his South American style and breed characteristics to a model that has become beloved by collectors.

That’s only the start of all the amazing breeds, take a trip over to Golden Oak Stables and discover a new breed today!

 

Email Stacy: Stacy@GoldenOakStables.com

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