Breyer Live Show Benefit Program member 2015, 2016, and 2017
The 2016 Live Show Benefit model, Chase, was won by Donna Steed of Pennsylvania. Pictured here are Kim BT (left) and Donna (right).
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We are NAMHSA approved! All models earning 1st or 2nd place will receive qualifications for NAN 2020-2024.
We are looking for interested parties who might want to take over the management of the QHC model horse show.
The OOAK / FCM/ 30/350 or Less division is for all plastic horses that have a higher level of craftsmanship than a production run model. For example, one-of-a-kind models, test runs, or auction or raffle pieces, Breyer Connoisseur series, etc. fall into this category. All brands/companies show in one division. Models with minor to extensive in-factory modifications, or those from editions of less than or equal to 30 pieces (Stone, Copperfox, or Hartland) and Breyers of 350 or fewer models show in this division. Our rationale for the change is that higher craftsmanship is often seen in very limited models, therefore we seek to evaluate these models independently of larger runs. The purpose of this division is to allow those models with high levels of artistry their own place to shine.
REMEMBER- All models must have collectibility documentation of the appropriate size in order to be considered for collectibility classes. Horses without documentation will NOT be judged for collectibility.