Sherman



Chestnut sabino Gelderlander gelding - OF Breyer Acadia Collectability: OF Breyer Acadia 2017 Collector's Club Web Special in the America the Beautiful Series 350 produced

kramerk's Horse


Name
Sherman
References
Gelderlander Originating in the Dutch Province of Gelderland, the Gelderlander is a horse derived from extensive crossbreeding, both of native breeds and imported horses of breeds such as the Thoroughbred, Hackney, Oldenburg. The purpose behind the original Gelderlander was to produce an animal well-suited to light farm work and road harness. Despite its substantial body, the Gelderlander is light on its feet and prized as a harness horse. Modern horses of this breed are making a name for themselves as excellent jumpers, likely due to the breed’s Thoroughbred influence. The average Gelderlander stands between 15.2 and 16 hands. These horses are mostly chestnut or gray, but are most well known for being chestnut with extensive white markings, particularly on the face and legs. Source: Link
Score
154
Make
Original Finish Breyer
Breed
Gelderlander
Size
1:9 Scale
Gender
Gelding
Number made
301-600
Run type
Web Special
Year introduced
2017
Year retired
2017
Color
Red/Chestnut/Sorrel
Patterns
Sabino
Owner
kramerk
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2021-03-06 10:52 local

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