Plush Animals Features
** Plush Colt (Baby Horse)
** Brownish Red with White Spot on Forehead, Darker Hooves
** Made by Aurora
** 13 inch
Did you know that there is only one breed in the world of truly ‘wild’ horses? That’s right. The mustang we all know and love isn’t actually wild, but feral. What’s the difference? You see, a feral animal is one that was previously domesticated – maybe not that animal specifically, but in the lifeline of that horse’s parents and further back. Wild horses by contrast are ones who have never been domesticated in any way. What breed is that? It’s a Przewalskis Horse (pronounced Sheh-VAL-ski). This breed hails from the Central Asian steppes of China and Mongolia. It’s also known as the Asian Wild Horse or the Mongolian Wild horse.
To many people, there’s no distinction between ‘wild’ and ‘feral’ or ‘feral’ has too many negative connotations, but we promise, the difference is huge. But whether domesticated or wild, there is one thing that remains constant – baby horses are among the darn cutest things in the history of cute things. Don’t believe us? Attending a birthing some time and watch the little tyke or lady (colt or filly) wobble around on its stick legs, with its wildly disproportionate body parts. S/he may look goofy at first, but they’ll grow into a rich, beautiful creature in a little while. You’ll see.
In the meantime, Aurora brings the charm and whimsy of baby equines home to you with their little colt, Hardy. With a silky soft red coat, black hooves and a little white star on his forehead, Hardy is a truly a worthy addition to any collection of plush horses. And at 13 inches long, he’s just the right for snuggling on cold nights.