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Vintage and Current Riders

With horses and barns and tack and pets, it would be a bit pointless not to have riders, too.

A range of styles can be found in both adult and child, male and female riders. Currently there are three different molds - Adult, Child, and Groom.

The Adult and Child each have two different moulds: a footless one to accommodate the long boots, and one with moulded feet and short boots. The moulds are unisex, so gender is determined through paint, hair, and clothes.

The Groom is an older man with moulded sideburns and can be made into a range of characters such as farrier, cowboy, groom, etc.

There are also various moulds for the long boots and a range of hats. The riders here are divided by character/clothing style rather than mould.