Rearing Stallions

Bay/Black Derivative ~ White/Gray ~ Appaloosa ?










Bay/Black Derivative



Name: Flaming Glory

Breed: Mustang
Year: 2000
Description: "Buckskin" colored stallion. Yellowish/cream body with golden/orange shading. Black shading around muzzle, eyes, and legs. Mane is black. Tail is bicolored black and white. This is technically a "dun," but (like all GCs) does not show dun factor.
Markings: White blaze on face. All four feet are socked.
Notes: This horse requires a stand, which may be missing on secondhanders. Factory stand is as shown: a solid, dark green color.












Name: No Name

Breed: Arabian
Year: 2003-04
Description: Dark Bay stallion. Reddish brown with rich, black shading. This is extensive airbrushing that covers much of the back and sides. Black shading around muzzle, eyes and legs. Hair is black. Tail is crimped.
Markings: Star on forehead. White sock on left forefoot.
Notes: This UK-exclusive horse was sold as a "Special Edition Arabian." He was not given a name.
This horse requires a stand, which may be missing on secondhanders. Factory stand is light green mold with darker green shading.










White/Gray



Name: No Name / "Senor Valadore"

Breed: Lipizzaner
Year: 2003-04
Description: White/Gray stallion. White body with gray shading around face and muzzle. Mane and tail are white.
Markings: None.
Notes: This UK-exclusive horse was sold as a "Special Edition Lipizzaner Stallion." He was not given a name, but was unofficially called "Senor Valadore." He did seem to replace Senor Valadore I (the flecked Lipizzaner stallion of 2001) on the European market. He was sold alongside the same mare, and a new foal was released.
This horse requires a stand, which may be missing on secondhanders.











Appaloosa/Dapple?



Name: Boomerang

Breed: Brumby
Year: 1999
Description: True color assignment unknown. Dapple-like on cream coat, possibly roan. Body is tan/beige with black shading around eyes, muzzle, and leg joints. Body is marked throughout with brown spots. Hair is dark, reddish brown. Hooves are black.
Markings: None.
Notes: Could be appaloosa or reverse dapple on a liver base (?). A mystery of Champion proportion, but typical of the 1999 run with its strange colors and lack of marking.
This horse requires a stand, which may be missing on secondhanders. Factory stand is as shown: a solid, light green color.







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