Jumping Horse, Bay with 4-Sock Variation and BLUE RIBBON STICKER
The Jumping Horse debuted in 1965 and ran through 1988. This bay was his inaugural color, and it varied over that time with different finishes and socks. This appears to be one of the scarcer blue ribbon models, as we almost never see them come up for sale anywhere.
This guy is Near Mint with only a few pinpoint rubs and specks, and a couple of tiny rubs near his belly hole from taking his base on and off. He is a four-sock variation (most have three), and features grey nostril shading, muzzle pinking and black eartips. USA mold mark. He still wears most of his blue ribbon sticker!
Breyer Model #300
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