Early Saddle Horse, feet apart

A-146, Early Saddle Horse, feet apart

Height: 2 ¾”

Designer: Tom Masterson

Production Dates:

F1951, as “Saddle Horse chestnut/palomino” (Bay; Palomino)

Mold Book Name: Horse

Notes: This is also known as Saddle Horse, style 1. There are two versions of this mold, with different drawings on the Fall 1951 vs. 1952-1954 order forms. The feet-apart version appears to be the earlier one, so it must be A-146 (listed in the Mold Book in July 1951), while the later version with feet together is A-169 (July 1952).

Rearing Horse

A-234, Rearing Horse

Height: 3 ½” Designer: Maureen Love

Production Dates:

F1954-F1956, as “Rearing Horse chestnut/palomino” (Palomino; Bay)

S1957-F1957, as “Rearing Horse” (Matte white)

S1958-F1960, as “Rearing Horse buckskin/brown” (Gloss brown, Matte brown, Gloss buckskin [rare], Matte buckskin)

S1982-S1985, as “Rearing Horse” (Black)

Mold Book Name: Rearing Horse

Lying Foal

A-236, Lying Foal

Height: 1 1/8”

Designer: Maureen Love

Production Dates:

F1954-F1956, as “Reclining Colt chestnut/palomino” (Bay; Palomino)

S1957-F1957, as “Reclining Colt” (Matte white)

F1980-S1985, as “Buckskin Colt (lying)” (Buckskin)

Mold Book Name: Colt, lying    

Running Foal

A-235, Running Foal

Height: 2”

Designer: Maureen Love

Production Dates:

F1954-F1956, as “Running Colt chestnut/palomino” (Bay, Palomino)

S1957-F1957, as “Running Colt” (Matte white)

F1980-present, as “Buckskin Colt (running)” (Buckskin; with or without dorsal stripe)

2006, as FS2351, Special Run for Little-Shoppe feng shui (Gold)

2014, Special Run for Breyerfest (Chestnut)

Mold Book Name: Colt, standing           

Running Mare

A-233, Running Mare

Height: 2 ¾”

Designer: Maureen Love

Production Dates:

F1954-F1956, as “Standing Horse chestnut/palomino” (Bay, Palomino)

S1957-F1957, as “Running Mare” (Matte white)

F1980-present, as “Buckskin Mare” (Buckskin)

2014, Special Run for Breyerfest (Chestnut)

Mold Book Name: Horse, standing

Reclining Horse

A-209, Reclining Horse           

Height: 1 ½”

Designer: Tom Masterson

Production Dates:

F1953-S1954, as “Reclining Horse chestnut/palomino” (Bay; Palomino)

Mold Book Name: Horse, lying

Early Saddle Horse, feet together

A-169, Early Saddle Horse, feet together

Height: 2 ¾”

Designer: Tom Masterson

Production Dates:

S1952-S1954, as “Saddle Horse chestnut/palomino” (Bay; Palomino)

Mold Book Name: Horse

Notes: This is also known as Saddle Horse, style 2. There are two versions of this mold, with different drawings on the Fall 1951 vs. 1952-1954 order forms. The feet-apart version appears to be the earlier one, so it must be A-146 (listed in the Mold Book in July 1951), while the later version with feet together is A-169 (July 1952).
In addition, there are at least two variations of A-169, feet together. Both are shown here.

Early Colt, Standing

A-148, Early Colt, Standing

Height: 1 ¾”

Designer: Tom Masterson

Production Dates:

F1952-S1954, as “Standing Colt chestnut/palomino” (Bay; Palomino)

Mold Book Name: Colt

Notes: This is also known as Standing Colt, style 1.

Frisky Colt

A-147, Frisky Colt

Height: 2”

Designer: Tom Masterson

Production Dates:

F1951-S1954, as “Frisky Colt chestnut/palomino” (Bay; Palomino [both colorways may face left or right])

2015-present, as “Frisky Colt” (Chestnut [faces left])

Mold Book Name: Colt, frisky   

Notes: There are two very different variations of this mold, facing right and facing left, both produced in the 1950s. The left-facing mold is not depicted on any of the 1951-1954 order forms. It was reissued in 2015.

Early Draft Foal

A-62, Early Draft Foal

Height: 2 1/8”

Designer: Helen Perrin Farnlund

Production Dates:

S1950-S1951, as “Colt, brown/palomino” (Chestnut, Palomino)

Notes: This mold was formerly misidentified as A-062. Several examples of A-62 in black pinto and brown pinto have been found, but these may not have been production colors.

Mold Book Name: Colt