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The Driving (G4) mold (official mold name unknown) was introduced in 2010 at the World Equestrian Games. It is believed to have been sculpted by Jane Lunger.

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Photo Photo Box Card Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
(c) Kellie DeFosset (c) Kellie DeFosset     5372 Horse Crazy Gift Set
With American Quarter Horse, Arabian - Rearing, Peruvian Paso, Driving
green 2014-2015  
  5716 Knabstrupper
Stablemates Assortment #5908
black leopard 2011-2014 Same as #5900
    5885 Mystery Foal Surprise - Family 8
With Hanoverian, Trotting Foal
chestnut pinto, lighter chestnut mane/tail, shaded knees, hind socks 2015-current  
(c) Janice Cox       9120 World Equestrian Games: Driving black 2010 2010 World Equestrian Games
      9128 World Equestrian Games Stablemates Shadowbox
Shadow Box with Cantering Warmblood, Dressage, Endurance, Para Dressage, Reining, Standing Thoroughbred, Vaulting, Warmblood Jumper
palomino 2010 2010 World Equestrian Games
    9163 Holsteiner bay 2014 World Equestrian Games - WEG
(~750 made)
(c) Reeves International, Inc.     10313 Max
Horses of Graceland
bay 2010-2012 Elvis Collection
(c) Reeves International, Inc.       410528 Parade of Breeds
Para Dressage, Dressage, Shetland Pony, Vaulting, Arabian - Rearing, Scratching Foal, Standing Foal, Driving, Reining, Endurance
chestnut 2011 JCPenney Holiday Catalog Parade of Breeds
    711212 Fauna translucent green 2011 BreyerFest Single Day Ticket Gambler's Choice model
(750 made)
(c) Reeves International, Inc.       712052 Tiki palm trees at sunset scene 2011 Sunshine Celebration Dinner Gift Model
(200 made)

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