One of my very favorite hobby people is dispersing her model horse collection.
Words can not convey how sad this makes me, and it's with mixed emotions that I welcome Dunkirk Leeds into my herd.
I've long been a fan of this particular pony, and his picture has been featured on my blog several times over the years.
|Blue Skies Live Show, March 2011|
Dunkirk did not come empty handed. He brought along his dragon game prop,a pony sized meadowbrook cart,
and a custom harness by Emily McFadden of Ghost Wolf Ranch.
He also came with a box full of prizes, including a championship trophy won in the Custom Other English Performance class at NAN 2005.
More prizes! I've got to say, I love this method of storing NAN cards. The majority of mine are filed in a recipe box. That works, but this is a much more elegant solution.Dunkirk's other paperwork includes a full pedigree...
and a complete show record. I wish I was organized enough to have these sorts of records for all the models in my collection!
I am really, really honored to have been entrusted with this lovely pony.
Still, no matter how long he stays on my shelf, I have a feeling I will always think of him as "Jane's pony."