- Last Updated: 12 October 2022 12 October 2022
|Name Origin:||The first release of this mold was as the Ariat bonus model. Then came Elsinore (an appaloosa). How we came to call her the Warmblood Mare I don’t know.|
|Sculptor:||Susan Carlton Sifton|
Classics WEG Three-Horse Set #9103 (2010)
Black Caviar Mare & Foal #1740 (2015 - 2016)
Elsinore #703110 (2008 Breyer Fun Day)
Black #9157 (2014 World Equestrian Games)
Decorating with Emojis Horse #4214 (2018 - 2020)
Ariat Promotion I #500107 (2007 Ariat)
Coppery Chestnut Thoroughbred #957 (2021 - Current)
Kid's Club Membership Horse #712917 (2014)
Fawn - Appendix QH #701723 (2012 Rural King)
Grey Selle Francais #941 (2012 - 2018)
Glossy Grey Selle Francais #941G (2019 Live Show Benefit Kid's Prize)
Appendix Quarter Horse #616 (2009 - 2011)
Blossom Club July (Larkspur) #8157 (2012)
Blossom Club May (Lily of the Valley) #8155 (2012)
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Blossom Club November (Chrysanthemum) #8161 (2012)
Blossom Club January (Carnation) #8151 (2012)
Peace, Love & Horses #61083 (2014 - 2015)
SR = Special Run/Limited Edition, production run number unknown.
Breyer Naming Convention: Call a mold by the name of the very first release of that mold.
Stone Naming Convention: The breed the mold represents.