Paradise Equus Live Model Horse Show at Shamrock Found Farm & Stable

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Event Date(s): Sun, 04/23/2017 - 9:00am
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Did you know that you can show your models in horse shows just like real horses?  Model showing is fun, creative and educational!  It's a great way to enjoy your models and make friends.Model horse halter classes are modeled on  real-life horse shows and real-life halter classes.  Just as real horses are judged on confirmation and quality, model horses are judged based on anatomy & biomechanics (conformation), breed standards, color and condition.  Models that are an unrealistic color, such as the Breyer "decorator" colors (wedgewood, florentine, charcoal, woodgrain, tie-dye, etc.) do not show in regular halter classes, but in special classes where they are judged mainly on collectability (rarity, age, color, condition).

Classes for this show include: Original Finish, Custom, Artist Resin, Chinas for those who are looking for a challenger.  Novice dividion for the beginners.  Awards:  Ribbons, trophies and plaques will be awarded. 

For a classlist and more information, click here.

For more information on this event please visit http://www.ShamrockFound.weebly.com

This event will be held at:

Shamrock Found Farm & Stable
4179 South Nine Mile
Allegany, NY 14706
United States
Phone: 716-378-7637
42° 6' 4.7124" N, 78° 31' 49.962" W
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