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(c) Kellie DeFosset    (c) Kellie DeFosset

Wyatt (or Gaming Stock Horse) was introduced in 2014 as a part of Breyer's Premier Collection. It was sculpted by Morgen Kilbourn and is Breyer mold #730.

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Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
1760 Babyflo chestnut, star, darker chestnut mane/tail, near hind sock, fleur de lis brand on off hip 2016 Some models have gelding anatomy.
(c) Kellie DeFosset (c) Kellie DeFosset   90170 Wyatt rose dapple grey 2014

Premiere Collection
(~741 made)

With Certificate of Authenticity

(c) Reeves International, Inc.       90170 Wyatt rose dapple grey 2014 Premiere Collection 1st Production Piece
(1 made)

With Certificate of Authenticity

301153 Jesse
("Palomino Quarter Horse" in 2016)
palomino, flaxen mane/tail, hind socks 2015,
Tractor Supply Company,
Breyer website
  711242 Bozeman grey overo, bald face, black mane/tail, four high stockings 2016 BreyerFest Special Run
(1,500 made)

"BreyerFest 2016" stamped on belly

  711425 C'est La Vie
(Live auction "Mold No. 730 Gaming Stock Horse Dapple Buckskin Blanket Appaloosa")
buckskin blanket, star, irregular snip, black points, off fore sock 2015 BreyerFest Sunday Raffle
(25 made), Live Auction (1 made)
  712257 Fletcher glossy or matte extended bay blanket, blaze, snip, three stockings 2018 Web Special
(c) Reeves International, Inc.         Blue roan model on the Wyatt mold (730) blue roan 2014 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)
        Dapple bay on the Gaming Stock Horse mold, mold #730. dappled bay, black points, three socks, not off hind 2016 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)

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