Family Arabian Foal ~ Spot - Grey Appaloosa, Matte
This little lady was only produced for three years, from 1968-1970. She is a matte finish small-blanket version of the Grey Appaloosa color. She features a grey body with black socks, airbrushed blanket with black splatter spots, and an airbrushed bald face with muzzle and inner ear pinking.
Restoration project: She is severely yellowed, but definitely worth rescuing! Place her in a sunny spot for a week or two, turning her every couple of days, and she should become nice and white again. Once that's done, I would expect her to rate Excellent condition. She has a few pinpoint rubs and some residue from a sticker on her back that may come off with a gentle cleaning. She also has initials on the bottom of her feet from her original collector which are invisible while on display. Otherwise, she has a gorgeous blanket that extends to her hocks, covered in lots of big, bold Appy spots. Finding a matte Appy foal with the rump blanket in this good a condition is not easy because their finish is notoriously fragile, so once you restore her, you'll be thrilled you gave her a home in your herd!
Breyer Model #39