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Levi is a smallish traditional scale (just a weeeee bit smaller than ISH though the tack areas appear to be the same) Quarter Horse stallion. When I chose this breed, I knew I wanted to represent a prime example of a doing horse. Don't be fooled by the standing position - this is an athlete that was built to move! I wanted to showcase the body type of the horse that will perform in reining, cutting, western pleasure, hunter under saddle, trail, etc. and stay sound while doing so. His soft expression shows the willing and workmanlike mind the breed is known for.

Whatever your performance preference, there is a hair version to suit your style. Levi will come in three versions: The Denim Edition (ranch type with long mane and loose tail) for the cowboy needing a rough and tough and true work partner, the Dockers Edition (banded mane/banged long tail) for the gentlemen who wants a bit of polish in their mount, and the Threadbare Edition (No hair/bald ready to go for customization and/or hairing) for those horsemen that like to put a little bit of work in to get their ideal horse. 

As each edition will have its own mold, we're looking at around a 300 run at its cap. That means plenty of these will be available. I will be offering up pieces in batches as they are cast. These batches will be sold via lottery until when/if sales start to slow down, at which point I will offer the batches via first come first serve. This is the largest run I've allowed for ever because of popularity and the desire for multiple casts. However, if sales trickle to an end before the 300 is reached, I will close the edition to preserve smaller run numbers.

LOTTERY #1 for 20 of each version is now over. Please stay tuned for announcement of Lottery #2.


Denim Edition

Dockers Edition

Threadbare Edition

Though you can click on the images above for the larger photos, I am still finishing the prepping on the three masters for each version. I should be finished this evening or Thursday evening and will be uploading the full albums of each edition then. Please note that every edition will have carved feet and shoes.

In the meantime, you can get the full view of the horse by looking at the photo album of his final clay status by clicking here.



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