Stock Horse Stallion ~ Doc's Keepin' Time - Bi-Eyed Version (sale for charity)

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You know this horse… No, really, you do!  Doc's Keepin Time starred as Black Beauty in 1994 movie, and also as The Black in the tv series "The Adventures of the Black Stallion."  He even sired movie stars - His son Keepin Charge was an equine star in the movie "Appaloosa," made in 2008. 

[Movie poster for "Black Beautry" starring Doc's Keepin Time.  Not included with model.]

 

Breyer honored the equine star with this portrait model which was produced from 1997-1999.  For the first three months of his release, he was made with bi-colored eyes.

This fellow is Near Mint with only a pinpoint hoof edge rub seen.  His star shows no yellowing, and he has those hand-painted bi-color eyes that indicate he was made in the first quarter of 1997.  He's a great piece of Breyer history in that these eyes are a superb example of why Breyer stopped using them... Vertical pupils like cats.  He does have a slight odor of smoke that may collect while he's wrapped here, but should dissipate once he's unwrapped and displayed in open air a while.  He even comes with his original box with the Silver Spur Award info sticker on it.

This model was donated to our charity account for Harvest Hills Animal Shelter, and proceeds from its sale will help the shelter care for dogs and kitties in need.  Thanks for your support!

 

Size:  Traditional

Breyer Model #992

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