Name Origin: The first release of this mold was as the Show Jumping Warmblood. It was shortened to Warmblood long ago.
Sculptor: Susan Carlton Sifton
Introduced: 2003
Breyer Mold: #579
Size: Traditional

There are two version of this model in production.

Also see Warmblood -- Loose Mane

Realistic Colors

Bay Mahogany
Royal Kaliber #701604 (2004 USET)
Show Jumping Warmblood #579 (2003 - 2004)
Flexible #1722 (2014 - 2015)
Chestnut Liver
US Equestrian Set #410144 (2004 JC Penney)
Grey Flea-bitten
Cedric #9111 (2010 World Equestrian Games)
Grey Flea-bitten
Cedric #1467 (2011 - 2013)
Grey Flea-bitten
Glossy Cedric #1467G (2011 Breyerfest Live Show Prize)

Decorator Colors

None Yet    

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.