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AQHA 75th Anniversary Breyer Collection

AQHA BreyerOne of Breyer’s 75th anniversary AQHA models.The American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) has joined with Breyer Animal Creations to celebrate the Association’s historic 75th anniversary with a new collection of American Quarter Horse models that pays tribute to America’s most popular breed of horses: the American Quarter Horse. Breyer’s new 75th anniversary collection features unique packaging celebrating AQHA’s history and will feature bay, sorrel, palomino and grullo American Quarter Horses.

“We are very pleased to partner with Breyer in our 75th anniversary year,” said Craig Huffhines, AQHA executive vice president. “It is a wonderful, fun way to introduce the next generation of American Quarter Horse owners to our proud history.”

“We’ve long admired the extraordinary achievements and vision of the AQHA,” stated Stephanie Macejko, vice president of marketing and product development for Breyer. “We are thrilled to be a part of this historic year.”

For more than 65 years, Breyer Model Horses have been treasured for their authenticity, quality and collectability. Sculpted by expert equine artists, each Breyer horse is individually hand-crafted and decorated with the highest quality materials to capture the essence and nuance of each breed. No other models horses are made with the same quality and beauty of Breyer, are as widely respected or have continued to be popular with both collectors and today’s generation of children.

Breyer’s 75th anniversary AQHA models can be found at Quarter Horse Outfitters and Breyer retailers everywhere. AQHA will be sending special coded promotions that can be used when purchasing the Breyer 75th anniversary models at By using the code when purchasing the 75th anniversary AQHA models, Breyer will make a donation to the American Quarter Horse Foundation.

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