Traditional Scale (1:9)
Portrait Sculpture based on the Futurity-Winning
Paint Horse Filly
Parrs Dream Doll was sculpted in 1999, in the image of her namesake, a futurity-winning paint horse filly who went on to achieve many other show awards. Shown here as a sweet and demure delightful filly, you can just see her dipping her nose to see what you might have in your hand.
In 2001, the sculpture was licensed to The Peter Stone Company to be produced in injection-molded plastic, and is still in current production there.
The resin version of Parrs Dream Doll was taken out of production once the last mold wore out. The last copy was sold in 2009.
6-3/8" at eartips — 5-1/16" at withers
7-1/4" from nose to tailtip