- Last Updated: 06 September 2022 06 September 2022
Name Origin: The first release of this mold was as the Prancing Pony. This seems to have changed in the mid-1950s to Fury Prancer when the TV show Fury came out. It is usually shortened to the Fury.
Sculptor: Christian Hess
Introduced: 1950 - 1963, reintroduced in 1998
Breyer Mold: #P45
Pinto Prancer #1431 (2012)
Black Beauty Prancing Pony #P40 (1955 - 1964)
TV's Fury #27 (1956 - 1966)
Fury Prancer #P41 (1954 - 1963)
|Black Roan Pinto
Chase #712182 (2016 Breyer Live Show Benefit Model)
Prancer #P42 (1955 - 1967)
Prancer #P40 (1950 - 1954)
Prancer & Cowboy #717 (1998)
Prancer & Robin Hood #754 (1999)
Prancing Pony / Fury Prancer #P45 (1954 - 1963)
Fury Prancer #P43 (1954 - 1963)
Prancing Pony #P945 (1958 - 1962)
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.