This is a very hard to find version of the Breyer Molding Company's "Missouri Fox Trotter" horse, having been made ONLY from July through December, 2005. This one is in amazing condition, as good as they come outside an original box.
This horse is named "Double Trouble" after the real-life stallion he was modeled after. He is Breyer number 1246, a Traditional size, approximately 9 inches tall at his ear tips and 12 inches long overall. A striking bay pinto, his rich deep brown body and black points contrast sharply with white body spots and stockings. He even has eye whites showing. He is decorated for the show ring with blue and silver ribbons in his mane and a matte finish.
CONDITION NOTES: We could find no body rubs or scuffing. His ears are perfect. He stands straight and square with no bent legs. He looks like he has never been played with.
IMPORTANT: There appear to be two factory flaws in the paint finish - see our last two pictures. These are not "damage," it is the way the model was made. (1) There is a pale spot on his left shoulder; and (2) There is a sprinkling of several light spots on his chest, not immediately noticeable.
NOTE he carries the correct made-in-USA Breyer mark on an inside upper hind leg.
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