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Name:Crazy Horse Pony
Item:WG-12264
Manufacturer:Westland Giftware
Artist:Wells, C. J.
Herd:11
Released:December 2007
Retired:November 2009
Highest Issue:2/5416
Notes:Native Pony
Material:Resin
History books describe Crazy Horse as a respected war leader who fought against the U.S. government in an effort to preserve the traditions and values of the Lakota way of life. He was that and much more. As a young man he had a vivid dream of a horseback rider, with lightning zigzagging down his cheek and a turquoise earring in one ear, who looked up to see a red-backed hawk fly overhead. When he related the dream to his medicine man father, Crazy Horse was told he would achieve future greatness in battle. A lifetime of victories on the battlefield followed, culminating with his triumph over George Armstrong Custer at the Little Bighorn. No photographs of Crazy Horse exist, but with this Pony C J Wells, a Native "artist warrior" herself, has given him a high-voltage interpretation.


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Available in inventory at $100.00 each.

WG-12264-1E : original Westland first edition retired pony
                       





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