Friday, July 23, 2010

Random collection pictures

Perhaps not so random this time!

Here's the long lanky Hunter Under Saddle type Quarter Horse in my own collection. This is Zips Cocco Chip. He is a Carol Williams Valor resin body with a Kristina Lucas-Francis Phoenix head. The customizing and paintwork were done by Tiffany Purdy.
Chip is another one of my resins that doesn't get out much. One of these days I'm going to have to do something about that!

12 comments:

  1. Awwww... what sweetie - you look at him and just know he's the one patiently shepherding a newbie junior through showmanship or standing four-square planted while a tiny tyke clambers back aboard after a dismount in trail class.

    Lovely paint job!

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  2. Beautiful customizing and LOVE the paintwork on this one!

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  3. Awww, what a gorgeous beauty...says Doreen from Germany!

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  4. Wow, I love the color on this one! Who says bays are boring?

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  5. He looks like the horse in the hunter revisited post! Even his head...
    Beautiful!

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  6. He would make a nice entry in a lot of performance classes... you could probably take him in english and western classes. Showmanship, arena trail, natural trail, english pleasure, western pleasure... you could have fun with that model. He's really nice! I bet he'd win some NAN cards for halter.

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  7. Yes you will - and I'll make sure it does if you're not careful!

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  8. Awww... he looks just like the horse you posted pictures of! Great model. Even if I always kind of feel most QH hunters are using a spoon for a fork job. ;)

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  9. I'm speakless!!! He is sooo beautiful, you have to show him!!

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  10. Hey! I just wanted to say that I love reading your blog....I've gone through and read every single past entry, I think, since I found your site last week!

    I was just wondering.....do you have any advice for someone who wants to venture into the Breyer world? It's something I've always wanted to do, but never took the time to figure out how. Any advice you have would be greatly appreciated!

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  11. Oh....I guess it would help to leave an email address or something! I'm at looseringsnaffle (at) gmail.com

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