Beautiful painted ponies created by American Artists and all
are hand painted. New ponies are released 4 times a year and
some of the ponies are sent out to pasture several times a
year. There are themes for patriotic, celebrity, mystical,
animal, holiday, race horses etc.
Take a look at the horses displayed on my web site for the complete story and
pictures of ponies that I have or have had. Check the selected pony
for availability.I HAVE ACCESS TO A COLLECTION THAT WAS
STARTED IN 2008. ALL HAVE BOXES AND ARE IN PRISTINE
A Gift from the Sea
According to legend, the Greek god Poseidon (a.k.a.
Neptune) ruled the seas from a palace of coral and
on the ocean floor. He was said to have a volatile
temperament. When angered, he would summon storms
wrecked ships. For fun, he created monsters like
octopus and squid. To demonstrate his love for his
wife, he created the dolphin; but he also had a
wandering eye. When he pursued the goddess of fields
and harvests, she told him, "If you give a gift, the
most beautiful thing on the face of the earth, I
be yours." So he created a horse and, when it
from the sea, tossing its mane and tail, she thought
was so beautiful she gasped and said she was his
forever. Won't be avilable untilFebruary 28, 2012
A Royal Holiday 2015
Welcome to the Royal Palace, where you are invited to
throw open the stable doors and go for a Royal Ride on
prancing Royal Pony that is decorated with glittering,
golden hooves and a glorious, gilded saddle encrusted
with rubies. Most certainly, a gift for a King or a
that will complete a Royal Holiday.
Along with floral floats and marching bands, Parade
Horses magnificently attired in elaborate western-
tack - brightly decorated breast collars, silver-
saddles with long tapaderos on the stirrups, and
colored ribbons and flowers added to the mane and
are an important part of the magic that swirls
such grand American celebrations as the Rose Parade
New Year's Day.
In ancient times, a small group of Indian people
occupied remote villages along river drainages in
desert Southwest. Climate change and warfare caused
them to disperse, and they effectively died out as a
tribe. When Spanish explorers arrived in the New
the only things left of the Hohokum were the
irrigation canals they had dug, and pots and shards
stunningly decorated with a distinct style that was
defined by red geometric designs repeated in small
motifs over buffware, and is remembered by this
winning New Mexico painter.
When you ride into a show ring on an Arabian horse
appear in the Costume Class, the objective is to
out and be noticed. To catch every judges
To be the crowd favorite. So, the way you are
should be eye-catchingly imaginative and elegant.
Dramatic with colors that dazzle, tassels that
and rhinestones that sparkle in the show ring
Looking like Arabian Splendor, the creation of an
acclaimed Arizona artist, in other words.
Christmas Country Christmas
Beautiful Country setting with snow and stars. Special
Beautiful palomino pony with Christmas Decorations
Typical of the speech of a cowboy, the ways of a
horse were referred to in colorfully descriptive
When a horse reared wildly and vaulted upwards, mane
flying and hooves flailing as if it intended to go
up into the sky, it was called a cloud hunter. By
making the horse a Paint whose spots take on the
appearance of thunderclouds, the artist has added
layer of meaning to the old horsemans saying.
Dance of the Lipizzans
The story of the Lipizzan has many dramatic twists
turns, starting in the 1600s when it was developed
breed that could be taught to do difficult motions
command and with balletic grace and precision -
including highly controlled, stylized jumps known as
airs above the ground. - and almost ending in
War II when the breed was saved from extinction by
American troops. With Dance of the Lipizzans, a
masterpiece by a New Mexico equine artist, the
Gold was a symbol of power and immortality in
Egypt, and as a decorative covering, gold leaf was
believed to bring eternal life, the most famous
being the fabulous death mask of Tutankhamun.
out of knowledge and love of Egyptian history, this
Canadian artist has gilded a Painted Pony with the
facsimile of gold leaf, and then decorated the form
with symbols, images and hieroglyphics that tell the
story of a battle won by a Pharaoh riding a horse-
chariot. The result is a Pony that preserves the
richness and mystery of the many religious artifacts
found in the tombs and pyramids of Ancient Egypt.
With the arrival of Spring comes new life, new
and treasures that are a promise of tomorrows to
There could be no better way to capture the
this time of year than to paint a little fawn
the forest floor where it is almost invisible
nature's blanket of dried leaves, hidden by its
keep it safe.
Notes from the artists journal: When I think of
angels I envision a quiet presence, a listener, a
gentle soul who comforts me. I also imagine a
strength and unshakable courage that helps me fight
battles and carries me to safety. It occurs to me
a horse embodies these very same qualities and so I
have created a Guardian Angel who soars silently,
conveying a message of joy, hope, faith, love and
to the world as he fades in and out of the clouds.
Holiday S'Mores & More 2014
Pony all deck out with S'mores standing on a graham
Home Sweet Home
The Clydesdale is a popular breed that originated in
mid-18th Century Scotland, and was historically used
haul carts and carriages. It is known as a gentle
giant for its large size and easygoing temperament.
With Home Sweet Home, the artist has captured its
loving and nurturing side by placing a newborn foal
cuddled in the protective care of its proud mother.
Clydesdale babies, mom is home.
King of Hearts
Long ago, and far away, a majestic horse was born in
the small, picturesque town of Clydesdale, Scotland.
Three hundred years later, this enormous draught horse
has become one of the world's most famous "gentle
giants" and one of the most beloved horses in America.
With grace, elegance and an effortless gait, the
Clydesdale is so handsome that you are sure to fall in
love. Decked out in the finest, fancy red-and-gold
tack, this Painted Pony will steal your heart... that
is why he is the King of Hearts.
Distinguished by diamond patterns, indigo blue
and dyed red yarns, Navajo Chief blankets are the
recognizable and valuable of all Navajo weavings.
and traded for by wealthy and powerful members of
Tribes long before the white man set foot on the
that became known as America, they were especially
as saddle blankets, where they communicated the
status and rank of the rider.
Old Fashion Christrmas 2013
Truly an old fashion pony
Ribbons of Love
The artist had the name horse lover in mind when she
created a design that featured a pink horse wrapped in
free-flowing ribbons that hold red and gold hearts,
frame the portrait of a magnificent silver stallion&.
Runs the Bitterroot
The Native Americans' admiration for the horse took
many forms. A favored horse dressed for ceremony or war
would often be adorned with striking regalia, as well
as painted. The beauty and mystery of the Indian horse
mask as the emblem of a warrior Pony is captured with
great power by an Oklahoma historian/artist in this
masterful tribute to Chief Joseph. The legendary leader
of the Nez Perce, who is credited with the successful
breeding of the Appaloosa, is remembered for his
principled resistance to the forced removal of the Nez
Perce from their Idaho homelands. Chief Joseph's
surrender speech, in which he said "From where the sun
now stands, I will fight no more forever," immortalized
him in American history and popular culture.
Sundown to Moonrise
Known for his highly personalized, contemporary
interpretations of Nature, this former Creative
Director with a New York Marketing agency turned
arts painter has focused his artistic talent on the
wondrous effects of a sundown and moonrise on a
of saguaro cactus in an effort to offer new
in how we see our one-of-a-kind desert landscape.
A Standard Edition figurine is an open-numbered
that comes with a Story Card inside an attractive,
laminated box that completes the collectability of
every Painted Pony.
For centuries, sweethearts have shared their affection
for one another with sweet sentiments that have been
carefully decorated with hearts and flowers. Sweetheart
is also a charming term of endearment that symbolizes
love and caring. This romantic Painted Pony is
embellished with delicate golden tendrils, surrounded
by lovely leaves and fanciful flowers that blossom with
red hearts which are featured on a stunning black
background. This traditional Ukrainian style of
painting is appreciated for its delicacy and complexity
and has been treasured for over 2,000 years. Discover
what true love is all about with Sweetheart.
he hottest celebrities on the Rodeo Circuit today
professional bull riders - those rough and tumble
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knows, it is a thrilling, dangerous, action-packed
whose spirit and appeal is perfectly captured in