Saturday, August 4, 2012

Red Devil Live

Today I did something I've never done before.
I attended... 
a live show...
restricted to original finish Breyers!
Technically, I wasn't there as a shower.  However, Teresa is campaigning two of my OF models this year so they were showing, even if I wasn't.
Pretty Shalimay is now NAN qualified! 
Although I do not consider myself to be a true OF collector...
there were several models for which I would gladly clear space on my shelf.
This is definitely one of them!
Showholder and judge, Teresa Fedak, eyeballs a class of Peruvian Pasos.
Yep, that was my choice, too! 
One thing I really liked about this show was the large number of new showers, including Arts and Crap Day attendees, Sancie and Andie.
Sancie and Andie's showstring with their ribbons. 
Although I did come away from this show with a greater appreciation of Original Finish model horse showing, I was also reminded that I will always be a resin and performance girl at heart.  This was the view as I first entered the show hall.  What do you see?
Here are the three things that jumped out at me--Fabian's new Eberl Cobra mare resin,
Fabian's new Trenzado resin, 
and Teresa's tack box!
And just so you know I did not come home from this show empty handed.  A couple ponies followed me home and they're both awfully Purdy!


  1. The Paso is the Del Fuego Conn. model named "Muerte" and owned by me. He's one of my favorites!

  2. The Purdy pictures will be up tomorrow!

    I used to have a Del Fuego but I traded him for my Vixen. At the time I thought it was a REALLY GOOD trade, but I admit I felt a little nostalgic when I saw your guy, Nancy. I didn't remember mine being quite that pretty!


  3. Did you get my texts?!?! 'Cuz while Shalimay was a winner, High Lonesome was by far the star :D

    Perhaps next time I'll remember to get him in his BREED class.

  4. I wrote the post *before* I got the text so poor High Lonesome didn't get a mention. He was Collectibility Champ, right? Or Reserve? Either way, it's a giant WOO HOO!