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Winner's Circle Bundle - Set of 7 Toys

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Original price $54.93
Current price $49.99
SKU 100545

Perfect for any horse fan, the Safari Ltd Winner’s Circle bundle features seven different horse figures to fill your tiny stables.

  • Characteristics: This 7 figure set includes different horse breeds and color variations, including a Clydesdale Mare, a Palomino Mare, a Morgan Stallion, a Pinto Mustang Stallion, an Andalusian Stallion, a Haflinger Mare, and the Przewalski’s Horse.
  • Size and Color: These hand-painted, accurate horse figures are full of realistic details.

    The Clydesdale is 6 inches long and 4 ½ inches tall, with a dark brown, black and white coat.

    The Palomino Mare is 4 ¾ inches long, with a golden brown coat with a light, flaxen mane and white socks.

    The Morgan Stallion is 4 ¾ inches long and 4 ¼ inches tall, with a dark brown coat, black mane and tail, and two white socks.

    The Pinto Mustang Stallion is 7 ¼ inches long, with a light brown coat and white splotches that signify the pinto coloration. It features a black mane and tail.

    The Andalusian Stallion is 4 ½ inches long with a white coat and flaxen mane and tail.

    The Haflinger Mare is 4 ½ inches long and 3 ¼ inches tall with a golden brown coat and cream-colored mane and tail.

    The Przewalski’s Horse measures 5 inches long and 3 ½ inches tall with a reddish brown coat, light colored muzzle and underside, and dark brown mane, tail and feet.

  • The Winner’s Circle 7 Figure Set is part of the Winner’s Circle collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free

History

Horses are believed to have been first domesticated 5,000 or 6,000 years ago, somewhere in Asia. While the exact origins of horse domestication are no longer known, they have been an extremely important animal throughout human history, serving as transportation and pack animals that helped humanity spread and develop across the world. 

Today, no horses are truly wild. Populations of undomesticated horses do exist, but these animals are actually "feral", meaning they are wild descendants of formerly domestic animals. Until very recently, it was believed that Przewalski's Horse was the last "true" wild horse species that had never been domesticated, but genetic studies revealed that they are, in fact, descended from tame animals.

  • Recommended Age: 3+
  • UPC: 609366002521