Here are the horses that are for sale right now. I show my horses until they sell. If you are interested in one (or more) email me at email@example.com I do not usually ship outside the USA because of high prices, however I'm willing to negotiate with international buyers.
PayPal is the simplest and safest way to pay. I will take money orders, checks (although you will have to wait until it clears before I ship) or concealed cash.
I am open to trades on all of these models, unless otherwise noted. If you have something else you want to trade, email me, I will let you know if I am interested in it. If you don't like my price and want to make an offer, email me. The worst that can happen is that I say no.
Scroll down. My newest horses are always at the bottom. This foal's a sharp-looking buckskin Stablemate on the G2 Trotting Foal mold. She has 5-color glossed eyes, subtle shading and a pinked muzzle. She is not sprayed with sealer as I ran out, and if she was staying in my showstring I would leave it that way, as I like the ultra-matte look. If her buyer wants her sealed, I can do that.
I would consider her lower level LSQ. The body had extreme seams on her face, mane and legs (ex. the piece of the mold that makes up her mane and top of her forehead was 1/16 in./ nearly 2 mm. lower then the rest of her face) and although I was able to smooth out most of them, at some point the amount of plastic that would have to be removed would mean resculpting and altering the mold. There are still a few seams that can be seen at the right angle and lighting. I chose her
color pattern to help disguise those flaws, but they are still there. She is $6 PPD in the USA.
She is a slightly sunburnt black, with just a faint shade of brown across her topside and mane and tail. The photos don't show it well, but it gives her a little more muscle definition than a solid black. She has minimal white markings and sculpted shoes. I would probably show her as a Percheron cross.
I would consider her lower level LSQ. She has a mold mark in her forelock (visible in the head-on shot) where the hairs don't quite match up and I wasn't totally happy with the color of her hooves on her solid feet. I probably should have made them a little warmer to better match her color scheme.
She is $10 PPD in the USA.
I have several Original Finish horses for sale from my collection. I have more photos of all of them, if you are interested in one. Full descriptions and more pics on MH$P at http://www.modelhorsesalespages.com/searchlist.asp?Accid=10979