Molds: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Breyer have chosen, in my opinion, some very popular SM molds for the horse crazy stablemates! From left to right; the G3 Walking Arabian, the G3 Cantering Warmblood, the G3 Tennessee Walking Horse (my personal favourite mold and horse in the Horse Crazy series), the G3 Belgian, and the G2 American Saddlebred. There is also the G3 Mustang, in translucent purple, but I haven’t got him yet.
Colours: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I really like the colours Breyer has chosen for the Horse Crazy stablemates! From left to right; frosted light purple, frosted pink, translucent pink, frosted blue, and frosted mint green. I personally would have preferred if Breyer had made three frosted colours, and three translucent, instead of four frosted and two translucent horses. All of them have a silvery glitter mane and tail, which is a nice touch and differentiates the mane and tail from the rest of the body colour.
Photography Potential: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I’m actually giving these guys a higher score than I thought I would, because I show them on IMEHA (International Model Equine Horse Association) and they tend to do very well in the decorator classes! Obviously, they wouldn’t look the most realistic in a field, but when photographed against white paper or neutral they look very striking!
Hi guys! Here’s a review for you on my new addition, the Mystery Foal Set Mare. From now on reviews will feature heaps more pics📷
Mold: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: This mood is a very nice little stablemate, because it can be a variety of breeds. As of right now, on IMEHA Lady Macbeth is a Thoroughbred x Quarter Horse cross, with some Paint genes further back, but she could also be a Warmblood, such as a Hanoverian or a type of Sporthorse. With this horse in particular, you would have to assign a breed that can have pinto colouring or has been crossed with a Pinto horse.
Colour:⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: I LOVE this colour! It has beautiful shading and highlights, plus I got a horse which had nice edges on her pinto markings. The only thing I didn’t like on this horse in regards to her colour were her socks, because they were not masked off like some other stablemates and had this weird red gradient between the body colour and the sock.
Photography Potential: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Even though Lady Macbeth has not been taken outside for a shoot yet, she still gets four stars because she is trotting in a way that means she is less likely to fall over and get damaged, but also she is moving in a way that can be used for a Performance photography, and riderless photography.
Mold: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This mould, the Wintersong or Othello mould, is really an exquisite sculpt. He has a flowing tail, detailed feathers, a kind, gentle expression and a long mane. He didn’t get 5 stars because he’s quite tippy, but that’s just nitpicking. 🙂
Colour: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ I love this colour on him. It’s a loud appaloosa with big appy spots, a gradient tail and a black head. It’s really unique and pretty:)
Photography Potential: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Winter would look good in snow, a field, a stream and lots of other places. His only fault is how tippy he is, and since he’s quite expensive you wouldn’t want to have fall and get scratched.
Final Score: 13/15 stars
If you can find this horse for a decent price, get him! 😀
So… Since I’ve got all these new horses, I got inspired to do…DRUMROLL PLEASE!!!!
Lets start with…
So I’ll be rating these horses with stars on mold, colour, and photography potential.
Mold: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This mould is really pretty, medium height with lots of cool details like the extremely swished tail, the authentic Mawari ears and beautiful muscling.
Colour: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This colour is STUNNING! He has a sooty muzzle, four white socks, a blaze and DAPPLES!!! All the Mawaris I’ve seen have quite good dapples, and mine came with brilliant ones.
Photography potential: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️: He could be really annoyed or spooked, and he would look good in most terrain. The only reason that he didn’t get five stars is that he looks a little bit odd from a few angles.
Final score: 13/15 stars
Overall this is a gorgeous model and I hope to see more RR’s on this mould soon!