BIG White Arabian Toy HORSE Battat & Purple blanket
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Sold Date: 10/11/2007
Channel: Online Auction
BIG 22" long 19" tall.. White Arabian Toy HORSE by Battat & a Purple horse blanket
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Offered a large white toy horse with white tail and mane. I think it's an Arabian Stallion. Brand is Battat. Comes with the purple horse blanket. Not many scuffs or scratches.. if any, he looks pretty good as does the blanket.
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