The most famous son of Justin Morgan, Sherman Morgan sired Black Hawk, who became a foundation sire for the Standardbred, Tennessee Walking Horse and American Saddlebred breeds. More than just a fancy saddle horse, Sherman was famous for his trotting speed, holding speed records that went unbroken in his lifetime.
The original Sherman Morgan Artist Series tribute model, sculpted by Jeanne Mellin Herrick, is this red chestnut with one right hind sock and a stripe. He was available only from 1987-1990, when damage to the production mold caused it to be discontinued. (It was later fixed with the addition of a different tail and is now back in use in different colors.)
He is in Very Good condition, with only one tiny rub seen! He also has a tiny dot of tail paint on his left hip, but is mainly marked down for moderate yellowing (which you can correct by sunbathing him for a while) and because he's shrinky! He is a quarter to half inch shorter than his brother and does have a slight vinegar odor after being wrapped a while. No color fading, deformation, or oily appearance was seen, so he's a "nice" shrinky and a fun addition to your herd. Final photo shows him next to a "regular size" release for comparison. [Second model "Sherwood" not included, of course, but is available separately here until sold.]
Breyer Model #430
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