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NEW PRODUCT: MR.Z & MULTIFUN Cooperation: 1/6 Dressage/ Dressage-Female Equestrian Wear Set (including horse racing) 2 colors

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MR.Z & MULTIFUN Collaboration 1/6 Dressage/ Dressage - Women's Equestrian Wear Set (including horse racing)

No body head carving

Model: MF004A

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Equestrian coat shirt breeches long boots riding boots equestrian helmet holding reins hand whip black horse racing (Hannover)
Reins & Stables Saddle Pads Horse Racing Leggings

ITEM: MF004A

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Equestrianism suit
Equestrianism shirt
Equestrianism pants
Equestrianism boots
Equestrianism helmet
Reins holding hands model
Equestrianism whip
Black hanoverian horse
Reins and bridle set
Saddle and harness set
Saddle pad
Horse's Leg guards




















Model: MF004B
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Equestrian dress shirt breeches long tube riding boots hats holding reins hand whip maroon horse racing (Hannover)
Reins & Stables Saddle Pads Horse Racing Leggings


ITEM: MF004B
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Dressage tuxedo
Equestrianism shirt
Equestrianism pants
Equestrianism boots
Dressage hat
Reins holding hands model
Equestrianism whip
Chestnut hanoverian horse
Reins and bridle set
Saddle and harness set
Saddle pad
Horse's Leg guards























#newproduct #Mr.Z #Multifun #Female #Equestrian #Clothes #Horse #accessory #animal

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Very nice sets... and certainly something different from what we usually get.


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Stryker2011

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I actually really like these (especially the 2nd set with the brown horse), but the horses (at least to me) seem a bit on the small side. I’ll wait for Christine or Tony to make their assessments before I make any final decisions.


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Rather nice outfits, but either she's a Very Big Girl indeed, or that is a very small horse. The horses had been featured before, with no indication of size , but if they are that tiny they won't be much use, I'm afraid.I'd guess they might scale out at 13h, which is very much a pony.
Nice clothes though....

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I am probably wrong but I think the 'blue' one reminds me of Alishia Newton who plays Georgie in Heartland.

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Tony Barton wrote:Rather nice outfits, but either she's a Very Big Girl indeed, or that is a very small horse. The horses had been featured before, with no indication of size , but if they are that tiny they won't be much use, I'm afraid.I'd guess they might scale out at 13h, which is very much a pony.
Nice clothes though....

Dammit! I knew it. Thanks for confirming my suspicions of the horses being too small, Tony. Too bad they don’t sell the outfits separately.


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Tony i'm not sure of the height if you take the girl as being a full tbl figure of 12" to me her shoulder is level with the horses shoulder which works out as being approx. 66" which is just over 16 hands.


okay i might be wrong i'm sure its taller than 13h of course they could have used one of the smaller bodies


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I do agree it's very hard to know exactly, but even if she's a tall girl ( which I rather suspect from the length of her legs) then it's still not a very big horse.If she let down the stirrups to the full length of her legs, her legs would appear well below the horse's belly.

But the proof is always when you see the model in hand, or some kind soul buys one and measures it for us.
It certainly looks a bit undersized for her to ride as a dressage horse , judging bythe typical animal we see in such competitions.
But we saw these horses previewed some time back, and I rather thought then that they looked rather Asian, and small, rather than being big western Throroughbreds , despite what the makers have called them.

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Very nice clothes, though the boots look a tad loose to me. I’d be tempted with this myself if I didn’t make my own clothes!
The horse is pretty nice, though as others have said, a little small for the rider. I’d say it looks more 15hh than 13hh though, but that’s still significantly smaller than your average dressage warmbloods which are usually around 16-17hh. I’d have liked to see a sculpted tail or better hair on it rather than the really naff quality fibre they’ve used here too. Otherwise it makes a pretty decent average looking horse. I think some of the confusion over size comes from the dodgy posing of the rider actually on the horse as she has her stirrups far too short, is sitting too far back and doesn’t have her legs in the right place. This is partly due to the saddle though, and while it’s far better than a lot of other tack that’s been produced in this scale, it’s not perfect! The saddle pad is totally wrong for the discipline and the boots are too. That said, I actually really like this set!


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I have the horse, he is 9 1/2 " to the withers, which translates to 14.1 Hands.

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