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Working Cow Horse

   

The Working Cow Horse mold, also known as Bobby Jo, was released in 2015 as part of Breyer's Premier Collection. It was sculpted by Morgen Kilbourn and is Breyer mold #731.

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Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
  1776 Paint Me a Pepto black pinto 2017-present  
90174 Bobby Jo red dun frame overo, wide blaze down over muzzle, darker chestnut mane/tail and knees, four stockings 2015

Premier Collection

With Certificate of Authenticity

      90174 Bobby Jo
On hardwood base with nameplate
red dun frame overo, wide blaze down over muzzle, darker chestnut mane/tail and knees, four stockings 2015

Premier Collection

With Certificate of Authenticity. First piece off production line.

  711240 Sheila minimally marked chestnut pinto, star, chestnut mane/tail, four stockings 2016 BreyerFest Special Run
(1,600 made)

"BreyerFest 2016" stamped on belly

      711268 Madhuri clear crystal 2017 BreyerFest Store Special
(750 made)
  712173 Charlie chestnut blanket, broken blaze, darker chestnut mane/tail, fore stockings 2016 Vintage Club Special Offer
  712179 Avalanche glossy silver filigree, white points 2016 Web Special
(350 made)
        Mold No. 731 Working Cow Horse Palomino with Chrome palomino, blaze, snip, four socks, not near fore 2015 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)
        Bay Pinto Working Cow Horse on Mold No. 731 bay tobiano, blaze, snip, black and white mane/tail 2016 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)
    Glossy Dapple Silvery Grullo Bobby Jo (mold #731) glossy dapple grullo 2017 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)

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