Trail of Painted Ponies Picasso & Voodoo Sand Wash Basin Mustangs Fighting 6006152 6007398
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Picasso & Voodoo Sand Wash Basin Mustangs Fighting
Dance of the Mustang” is The Trail of Painted Ponies tribute to the famous pinto mustang named Picasso. Known for gorgeous coloring that could have come from a painter’s palette, Picasso lives in the Sand Wash Basin in Northwest Colorado, where he is the lead stallion in a free-roaming herd of wild horses. Striking an iconic pose intended to attract an equally beautiful mare, and at the same time warn off potential competitors, Picasso stands as a living symbol of the history and pioneer spirit of the American West, and is now joined by the companion figurine “Voodoo.”
Competition between stallions for mares on the wild horse range of the Sand Wash Basin can be brutal, and the battle between Picasso, a gorgeous pinto featured in The Trail's release, and Voodoo (6007398), a single stallion that had lost his band, for the attention of a young filly, led to continual fighting. By early summer Voodoo had prevailed, but his victory was short-lived. On August 21, 2018 he was found with a broken leg and humanely euthanized.
In his memory, and in acknowledgement of the rivalry between these two spirited stallions, The Trail has created this companion piece to “Dance of the Mustang.”
Part Number: Picasso 6006152 and Voodoo 6007398
Dimensions: Picasso 23cm H and Voodoo 21.9cm H
Artist: Kathleen Moody
**Caution: This is not a toy or a children's product, it is intended for adults only.
***Please be aware that there may be from time to time some slight colour and finish differences between the stock pictures used and the actual product in real life as these figures are all hand painted. Variations in paint and finish should be expected in the models as all Trail of Painted Ponies are hand painted and this makes them unique as no two are exactly the same