SAFARI HORSE - STALLION, by Safari, Ltd.
Recommended for ages 3 and up
These Safari Horse - Stallion figures are wonderfully detailed, hand-painted models of real life horse breeds! Great for dioramas, farm playsets, pretend play, and decoration, these Safari animals are sure to please any horse fan! There are several majestic and spirited Safari Horse - Stallion figures available; Pinto Mustang, Palomino Mustang, Clydesdale, Morgan, and Rocky Mountain. Please select the one you would like from the drop down menu above. Pick which stallion is going to your Winner's Circle!
Pinto Mustang - Pinto refers to the distinctive white splotches of this beautiful horse. Stallions are a breed originating in Spain, brought to the new world by explorers and left to roam free in the west. A pinto mustang stallion, therefore, is a male horse of Spanish origin with a spotted coat. With the white splotches that distinguish it as a pinto, this mustang features a light brown coat and darker mane.
Approx. size: 7.28 x 4.23 x 1.5 inches
Palomino Mustang - Palomino refers to a size and color of horse, specifically a gold-colored animal standing 14 to 17 hands high. A hand is a measurement equaling four inches, and hands are measured from the ground to the withers, which is the base of a horse’s neck. The Palomino Horse Breeders Association requires member animals to exhibit body color like a newly minted gold coin, and this figure does exactly that.
Approx. size: 5.71 x 4.04 x 1.25 inches
Clydesdale - Bred for pulling, the Clydesdale is one of the most readily recognizable of all horse breeds, thanks to its mammoth size, unique traits, and some witty advertising. At 18 hands high, these giants are notable for broad faces, strength, and extensive feathering about the ankles. This figure features the bay color most often associated with Clydesdales, along with a black mane and tail and white feathering at the ankles.
Approx. size: 5.2 x 1.57 x 4.13 inches
Morgan - The Morgan is one of the oldest horse breeds originating in the United States, and went on to influence many later American breeds. Morgans are powerful, muscular horses with compact forms, strong legs and large eyes. They are well-known for their gentle demeanor and trainability. This horse features a chestnut brown coat with a black nose, mane and tail. He’s got two black socks and two white socks, and his hooves are black with silver shoes.
Approx. size: 4.7 x 1.2 x 4.15 inches
Rocky Mountain - The founding stallion of the Rocky Mountain breed is said to be a chocolate-colored horse with flaxen mane and tail, very similar to this figure. Rocky Mountain horses are sturdy, dependable animals, easy to ride and train, the result of generations surviving harsh climates. The breed standard says Rocky Mountain horses must be a solid color, and this 6 inch long horse reflects that standard, with a flaxen mane in homage to the breed’s progenitor.
Approx. size: 5.71 x 1.34 x 3.94 inches