TRAIL OF PAINTED PONIES WAR PONY# 1452 RETIRED Original Box Tags
Item #: 1452
Release Date: Winter 2003
Artist: Rance Hood
Size: 7" Tall
Retired: February 2013
Put out by Westland 2003; Pony Number 1452; This pony’s number: 3E/,212; Measuring approx. 7" Tall. Body made of resin.
Pony Story: This Comanche Pony was the "Lord of the Plains," renowned for his legendary fighting spirit and fearlessness in the face of battle. His name is War Pony. He is boldly painted and decorated for battle with thunder and lightning bolts for added speed and endurance, red coup marks to intimidate the enemy and a single red hand print signifying an important victory. The two small dragonflies represent hope and renewal, while scarlet ribbons and eagle feathers flutter from his mane and tail. With a war shield, Indian lance and buffalo robe saddle, War Pony protects his beloved warrior in battle, proving again and again that he has the courageous heart of a protector and a war horse.
Artist: Rance Hood (Comanche)
Comanche artist Rance Hood is one of the most recognized names in Southwest Art. His paintings, known for their drama and authenticity, hang in museums and corporate collections. The opportunity to recreate a traditional war pony, complete with a buffalo pelt saddle, lance-and-shield, arrows and feathers, became the pinnacle piece of his distinguished career. This startlingly realistic recreation of a Comanche war pony reflects the vibrancy and mystical quality of the horses that populate this popular artist's paintings.
Excellent Condition with All packaging material. Original Black Box, Hang Tag (has minor wear to the black) and Styrofoam packaging. Some very minor wear to Box.
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Trail of Painted Ponies War Pony #1452 RETIRED Original Box Tags