Citation, Chestnut / Red Dun VARIATION: Very Light Color (sale for charity)

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This release on Citation is often called red dun, but he has no dorsal stripe or leg bars.  His mane and tail are very dark with sooty shading, so it's hard to say if they're brown or charcoal.  He's accented with black forelegs and hind socks, both over grey feet, which differentiates him from the "sandy bay" version #5651.  He was only available from 1991-1994.

This fellow is Near Mint with only a tiny rub on his left barrel, a couple of pinpoint specks in his finish, and a slightly bent-in left hind leg that you can easily correct with a warm hair dryer.  He sports a super light body color, with an even lighter belly, flanks and girth-line - almost primitive coloring, like wild duns.  He features a beautifully shaded mane and tail that include warm highlights and sooty shading, nostril shading, and charcoal forelegs. (Final photo was taken upside down to better show his highlights.)  What a handsome guy!

This model was donated to our charity account for Harvest Hills Animal Shelter, and proceeds from its sale will help the shelter care for dogs and kitties in need.  Thanks for your support!

 

Size:  Stablemate

Breyer Model #5651

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