9" Walking Appaloosa - Tom Jeffords Horse

Hartland

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In the movie "Broken Arrow," the character Tom Jeffords rode an Appaloosa while making friends with the Apache nation in the area where he was assigned to deliver mail.  He became blood-brother to Cochise, and they both became Hartland portrait sets.  The set was made from 1957-1960, and then the horse was sold without a rider in 1963-1964.  The horse features an extended white blanket with masked spots and an airbrushed blaze.

He is the full mane, straight tail version.  He is in Excellent condition with only tiny eartip and hoof edge rubs and just a few pinpoint body rubs.  He shows mild yellowing that you can reverse by sunbathing him for a few days.  He even comes with his original lace reins, still factory-knotted at the end.  He is made of Tenite and wears an "I" inside one hind leg.

 

Size:  9" Series / 800 Series

Hartland Model #821

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