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(c) Janice Cox

The Mule (G2) mold was introduced in 1998. It was sculpted by Kathleen Moody and is Breyer mold #5609.

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Photo Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
(c) GreyStone   5609 Mule black leopard 1998 Variation with light grey points shown on right
(c) Stephanie Michel     5901 Stablemates 12 Piece Assortment grey leopard 1999-2000
(c) Reeves International, Inc.     5909 Farm Animals Play Set
With Cow, Hen and Chicks, Pig, Mule, Rabbit, Rooster, doll, water trough, corral, fencing, and hay bale.
buckskin 2005-2008  
(c) Kellie DeFosset (c) Debbie Weyer   59197 Stablemates Little Red Stable Set
With Appaloosa, three stall barn that features a tack/storage area, four corral fences, jump, water trough and three race barrels.
black leopard 1999-2001
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler     410185 Parade of Breeds II
With Appaloosa, Rearing Arabian, Mule, Paso Fino, Scrambling Foal, Scratching Foal, Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Warmblood
chestnut leopard 2005 JCPenney Holiday Catalog
(c) Sharon Walbridge     710899 BreyerFest Stablemates Keychain
With Clydesdale
glossy metallic gold 1999 BreyerFest Special Run
(1,500 made)
(c) Janice Cox (c) Janice Cox   9962502 Deluxe Farm Pocket Barn
With Standing Foal, Standing Stock Horse, barn, doll, vet kit, cow, hen and chicks, pig, rooster, rabbit.
brown 2007 Mid-States Distributing
(c) Stacy Quick JAH Special Edition Stablemates Gift Set
With American Saddlebred, Andalusian, Appaloosa, Rearing Arabian, Clydesdale, Morgan, Mule, Paso Fino, Shetland Pony, Standardbred, Thoroughbred, Warmblood
red dun 1998 Just About Horses
(5,000 made)

With Certificate of Authenticity

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