Running Stallion, Alabaster
Long before Chris Hess's Running Stallion sculpt became known for its popular release as a unicorn, it was originally released as a white stallion. Called alabaster, even though he has a white mane and tail, this release was only available from 1968-1971. (In case you're wondering how to tell a real alabaster Running Stallion from a unicorn with a missing horn and goatee, it's easy: The original horse release has a white mane and tail, while the Unicorn release has grey ones!)
This fellow is in Excellent condition with only the slightest yellowing, plus hoof rubs and some tiny marks on his body. The marks should come off with a Magic Eraser, a few days in a sunny spot should make him bright white again, and he'll display beautifully! He features unpainted eye whites, grey genital area and inner ear shading, and muzzle pinking. No USA mark.
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