Pony of the Americas ~ Erin Go Bragh

Pony of the Americas ~ Erin Go Bragh


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Known as “The Little Horse That Could,” Erin Go Bragh was a Connemara stallion who amazed the jumping world with his ability and attitude.  He was bred and owned by Jacqueline Harris. Standing just 14.3 hands high and trained for pleasure driving, his first intro to jumping was on a 5-foot jump course!  Famous rider Anne Kurinski saw the spectacle and proclaimed him a talented jumper.  He changed careers and began beating the big horses at their own sport.  He became the horse to watch everywhere he went.  Go Bragh retired from jumping at age 16 and became an influential stallion, siring nearly 200 talented foals.  He starred in a video called “The Little Horse That Could,” a copy of which was originally sold with the Breyer tribute model, which was the Limited Edition in 1998.

Erin Go Bragh Connemara Stallion

[cover of "The Little Horse That Could," photo credit Amazon. Video not included with this model.]


He is still attached in his original box with his video.  The glue has dried up on the plastic box front, so it has detached from the cardboard along the top and bottom, but it still protects him well.


Size:  Traditional

Breyer Model #715

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