Breyer Horse Collecting: How Do You Play With Your Models?

Play can mean a lot of different things to many different collectors, but all of us do it in one way or another. That’s a big part of the fun of collecting, finding a way to play with your models!

Just about any activity you do with your Breyer horses is playing, from collecting, to showing and everything in between, there’s so many ways that you can play with your horses! Most of us started off playing with our horses in a traditional way, setting up stables, and tacking them up to have adventures in our bedroom or back yard. Playing with our horses that way can drum up tons of memories for so many of us. Imagining the stables of our dreams has made it possible for so many of us to have the adventures with horses we could only imagine!

Other collectors find that customizing their models is a special way to play with their models. With a little creativity and some  paint and epoxy, anything is possible! Tacking up can be playing, and so can creating your own tack for your models. Creating replicas of tack, stable accessories and more is an art all it’s own, and makes playing all the more fun!

Showing models is one of the most interactive ways you can play with your models, and meet other collectors along the way! Both live and photo showing are popular events for hobbyists and create an interactive activity for your models. Recreating the real show experience is the ultimate in playing!

That’s just the beginning, whatever fun you have with your horses is a way to play with your horses! What do you do to play with your horses? Golden Oak Stables has everything you need to make playtime awesome!

~Stacy

Email Stacy: Stacy@GoldenOakStables.com

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