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  • Founded 2005
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  • HQ Denver, CO
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  • Empress of the Winds

    They say that the winds are like a woman, always changing ... There are the Winds of Time which span history and the Winds of Change, which mark transformations. Then there are the Winds of Dawn, which signal renewal. All of these, from The Empress of the Winds.

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  • Ornament English Holiday Pony

    'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the stables ... Plaid garland was draped, from the posts and the gables. Sound the trumpet, for Santa is British today, Happy Christmas to all, it's an English Holiday.

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  • Ornament in a Manger Pony

    For many young people, Santa and Baby Jesus go hand in hand as far as loving us and wanting us to be happy and that's what is expressed with this pony - the real meaning behind the season.

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  • In a Manger Pony

    For many young people, Santa and Baby Jesus go hand in hand as far as loving us and wanting us to be happy, and that's what is expressed with this pony - the real meaning behind the season.

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  • Storm Rider Ornament

    The sky darkens ominously. Gusting blasts of wind kick up dust. Z-bolts of lightning flash from cloud-to-ground like jagged spears thrown by an angry mythological god. There is a sudden loud crack of thunder that sounds like the floorboards of Heaven have collapsed under the weight of the rain, snow and hail that pour down from above, as �Storm Rider� charges across the landscape, snorting, rearing and bucking like a wild stallion.

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  • Trail of Tears Ornament

    A dramatic and moving follow-up to the bestselling �Wounded Knee,� �Trail of Tears" respectfully remembers one of the saddest episodes in American and Native American history: the forced relocation of the Cherokee Indians from their Tribal Lands to Oklahoma during the brutal winter of 1838. This Painted Pony represents the struggle of the Cherokee people who were made to march more than a thousand miles under the worst possible conditions. There were many losses during this long march, it is said that a

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  • Don't Fence Me In Ornament

    Developed in Great Britain after World War II by Gypsies who wanted to create an artistic breed of horse to pull their highly decorated and colorful caravans, Gypsy Vanners are small draft horses popularly recognized for their long and flowing manes and tails and the lush feathers on their lower legs that swish when they move. When a Vanner stallion kicks up its heels and runs across a pasture, it all but calls out, with class, presence and style, �Hey! Look at me! I am special. I can do anything. Don�t

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  • Don't Fence Me In Pony

    Developed in Great Britain after World War II by Gypsies who wanted to create an artistic breed of horse to pull their highly decorated and colorful caravans, Gypsy Vanners are small draft horses popularly recognized for their long and flowing manes and tails and the lush feathers on their lower legs that swish when they move. When a Vanner stallion kicks up its heels and runs across a pasture, it all but calls out, with class, presence and style, �Hey! Look at me! I am special. I can do anything. Don't

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  • Yankee Doodle Pony

    Fireworks, a starry sky, an American flag and notes of music strung across it all, this Pony reminds us of the song that was originally sung by British military officers before the Revolutionary War to make fun of the ragtag farmers that made up the colonial army, whom they perceived as country bumpkins. When the �Yankees� defeated the British, however, they began singing it as a proud anthem to taunt their English foes. Today, �Yankee Doodle� is one of America's most popular patriotic songs.

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  • Guardian of Sunset's Gate Pony

    As night falls, evil looms. Sunset is the time of day when Indian maidens, children and their horses are at highest risk of being stolen by warriors from other tribes. It is a dangerous time when braves with keen senses take responsibility for the protection of their people and along with their ever-alert horses, become watchmen of the night ... guardians of sunset's gate.

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