Mini is defined as Breyer Little Bits/Paddock Pals and smaller; Peter Stone Pebbles and smaller.
Halter Class Guidelines
Halters are optional for breed classes. If you do use a halter, be sure it is correct for the breed and fits the model correctly.
Short paragraphs and reference photos are encouraged for rare breeds. Size not to exceed 8 ½ x 11 inches. Please do not place books on the table.
Documentation is REQUIRED for collectibility. If you want your horse considered for collectibility you must provide an index card stating what the model is. Please do this for your OF plastic & china models.
Original Finish – is defined as any model that is mass-produced at a factory (i.e. Breyer, Stone, Hartland) and has not been altered in any way after leaving the factory. This includes but is not limited to the use of spray polish, applying black polish to hooves, or adding a glossy finish to a matte model. Touch-ups are
permitted if not obvious.
Custom Models – are defined as any model that has been changed from its original form in any media.
Artist Resins – are defined as any model, regardless of number in run, which has been home or professionally cast. Original Sculptures also qualify for
the resin division. Resins that have been altered after casting still enter the resin classes.
OF China – any factory produced china, porcelain, cold-cast porcelain, or resin models show in the china division. This includes Hagen–Renaker, Beswick, Lakeshore, Japan chinas, OF Breyer porcelains, North Lights, BHR resins, Border Fine Arts, the Starlite Collection, and H&H Winner’s Circle OF Resin Line.
CM Glazed China - any china horse that has been altered from its original finish by firing a permanent glaze onto the horse, or uniquely glazed by the factory, sculptor or another artist in a color not released in a regular edition. Cold-painted china or mass-produced resin horses belong in the Custom division.