Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas!

Happy, horsey holiday wishes to friends and family everywhere! Here's hoping there was something horse shaped under your tree.Christmas 1975

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  1. Merry Christmas! I wonder why parents do that? (Try to cut off the horse-supply) My parents tried that too, but they must have noticed I really didn't play with stuff that wasn't "Horse". They gave in -LOL! God Bless them! It's in the blood people! 'Horsey' people can't help the way they are.

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  2. opps BTW I am ;anonymous;, sorry i can't figure out how to run things around here! Lorrie - who needs to remember to sign her name...

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  3. That picture is priceless! It kinda made my evening. I didn't get anything horse-shaped, but plenty of goodies that will lead to horse-shaped creations!

    Happy Holidays!

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  4. That Christmas I also got an Appaloosa, but mine was the running stallion. A few years later my parents took to chanting "no more hooves" which created some interesting solutions of how to get models as gifts!

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  5. Hey Regan, do you still have your Appaloosa? I have that FAM. She's not even boxed up but is standing on a shelf in my studio. She was a great favorite of mine and still is. That picture is also a favorite. I was six years old so I still had some time before the institution of the Breyer ban.

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  6. I DID get something horse shaped under the tree, lol. My nieces got me a classic Breyer Arabian. The older one told her mom it was the perfect one because I would be cutting off it's head and tail anyway. Lol, So I guess I have to branch out into customizing to make the girls happy :)

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  7. No horse shaped objects for me this year but I stopped asking for them.

    I got lots of books and Snoopy shaped objects instead which was JUST fine with me! :D

    And a knife set from the inlaws. I'm not sure if that's a subtle hint that if I go nuts and kill the hubby that I'd have a sharp knife in which to do so or some sort of cooking hint.

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  8. What precious memories (and what a cute photo)!! My Mother gave me some Breyers for Christmas this year. She is the only one who will still give them to me; everyone else thinks I am too old for them. At 35, I don't think I will ever outgrown them though! My collection is over 300 I guess, some old ones are even signed by Peter Stone who I met at one of the very first BreyerFests a million years ago when Pony Club Championships happened to be at the same time.
    Your tack is incredible - I tried many years ago to make little English saddles and bridles for my models, but they are a far, far cry from yours! :)

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