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(c) Kellie DeFosset  (c) Kellie DeFosset

The Drafter (G4) mold, also referred to as the Vaulting mold, was introduced in 2010 at the World Equestrian Games. It is believed to have been sculpted by Kathleen Moody.

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Photo Photo Box Card Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
      4207 Paint & Play unpainted white 2017-present  
(c) Kellie DeFosset (c) Kellie DeFosset   5700 American Spotted Draft Horse - black tobiano black tobiano 2011-2015 Same as #5900
    5900 Stablemates 8 Piece Set
With Driving, Arabian, Andalusian - Rearing, Drafter, Friesian, Para Dressage, Dressage, Warmblood Jumper
black tobiano 2012-2015 Same as #5700
(c) Marina A (c) Marina A     5942 Mystery Foal Surprise - Family 3
With Belgian, Lying Foal
dapple grey 2012-2013  
    6022 Gentle Giants
With Clydesdale, Belgian, Drafter, Friesian
chestnut, bald face, light flaxen mane/tail 2015-current  
(c) Janice Cox       9121 World Equestrian Games: Vaulting blue roan 2010 2010 World Equestrian Games
(c) Janice Cox       9128 World Equestrian Games Stablemates Shadowbox
Shadow Box with Cantering Warmblood, Dressage, Driving, Endurance, Para Dressage, Reining, Standing Thoroughbred, Warmblood Jumper
light chestnut 2010 2010 World Equestrian Games
(c) Reeves International, Inc.       410528 Parade of Breeds
Para Dressage, Dressage, Shetland Pony, Vaulting, Arabian - Rearing, Scratching Foal, Standing Foal, Driving, Reining, Endurance
red bay 2011 JCPenney Holiday Catalog Parade of Breeds
(c) Reeves International, Inc.       711141 Carling bay pinto 2012 BreyerFest Gamblers' Choice 1-Day Ticket Model
(1,000 made)

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