El Pastor ~ Precipitado Sin Par (CIPS)


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Precipitado Sin Par was Breyer's Limited Edition back in 1987.  This gorgeous tri-colored pinto Paso Fino was the son of El Pastor (the horse for whom this Breyer mold was made) and Marisol Sin Par.  Born in 1976, "Cips" as he was known, stunned audiences with his brilliant coloring and beautiful carriage.  He became the first horse to win the Paso Fino Owners and Breeders Association Championships twice when he won back-to-back titles in 1984 and 1985.  He competed in Trail, Western Pleasure, Versatility, Performance, and Pleasure (Stallions).   It was fitting that Breyer made a tribute to him on his sire's mold.

This guy shows no damage to his paint job at all, and is marked down to excellent only for a darkening of his plastic which is likely a mixture of age-yellowing and slight shrinkiness.  He doesn't show any deformation, but his plastic has that dense, opaque look we see in some shrinkies, and there is a a bit of the vinegar smell after he's been wrapped a while.  You can sunbathe him to brighten him up some... It will take longer than usual due to the density of his plastic, but he's a neat guy with a pristine paint job, so he's worth the effort.


Size:  Traditional

Breyer Model #116

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