Hanoverian ~ Pay-N-Go

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It should be a Hollywood movie:  a vicious young Appaloosa Sport Horse that no one could do anything with meets the woman of his dreams and together they go on to make history!  When Pam Grace met Pay-N-Go, no one would go near him because he was considered vicious, but she fell in love with him immediately and the feeling was mutual.  Working together, he became the first Appaloosa competing at Grand Prix dressage, was inducted into the Appaloosa Sport Horse Hall of Fame, and won the American Warmblood's highest honor, the Five Star Recognition Achievement Award.  Pam describes watching him perform as being like "watching a jungle cat perform a ballet."  They were even honored to be chosen by Sir Paul McCartney to perform inside the church at his wife Linda's memorial service.  For the rest of his life, Paul sent Pay-N-Go letters from him and the kids.

 

[Pay-N-Go with Pam Grace aboard. from a still taken from a video; photo credit pamgrace.com]

 

Breyer honored Pay-N-Go with a portrait model on the Hanoverian mold.  Using the techniques available at that time, they made the bright bay semi-Leopard with splatter spots, so each was unique.  (Note: the photo above is washed out from indoor lighting - He really was a bright bay.)  The portrait model was produced from 2000-2003.

This fellow is still attached in his original box.  The top glue has dried out so it has unsealed from the cardboard. 

 

Size:  Traditional

Breyer Model #1116

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