Erin Go Braugh, Connemara Stallion Champion Eventer, was produced for only one year in 1998 on the Pony of the Americas mold. He is a dark bay with a sock on his left hind with ermine spots. He's in good condition with very light eartip rubs, some hoof edge wear, a tiny little white speck on his left side neck (like a pinprick), and rubs on his barrel, both sides, but none through to white except for one other pinprick size one in the middle of his right barrel. He also has a few of those shiny spots, but none too big or bad. He has no cracks, chips, breaks or faults of that nature. A handsome little pony who you don't see all that often! He'd still be a splendid shelf sitter!Any item listed that is not as described is purely accidental and is not meant to misrepresent a horse or deceive potential buyers. Sometimes it is very difficult to find every little spot on a horse -- I do my best to list everything I can find that could be an issue, but even I have off days occasionally and miss something (that's why I allow returns). I don't show, so I will never represent a horse as being show quality unless I got that horse with a NAN card. Also, we all have different ideas of what the word Mint means, so I rarely, if ever, use it. I will describe a horse as near or very near mint or factory mint new in box (NIB) on the rare occasion that I think it earns it (and I'm very picky), but, again, that may mean something different to you than it does to me. I don't get into descriptions of seams unless I see something glaringly wrong (then it usually winds up in a body lot anyway!) because I feel that is a factory issue. But please ask if you have any questions or concerns about a horse. I will always do my best to answer your questions as fully, and honestly, as possible. Sorry for yet another disclaimer, but please read over my policies concerning payment, item limits and shipping carefully. If you are not willing to abide by them, then please don't bid.
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