“Dance of the Mustang” is The Trail of Painted Ponies tribute to the famous pinto mustang named Picasso. Known for gorgeous coloring that could have come from a painter’s palette, Picasso lives in the Sand Wash Basin in Northwest Colorado, where he is the lead stallion in a free-roaming herd of wild horses.
Striking an iconic pose intended to attract an equally beautiful mare, and at the same time warn off potential competitors, Picasso stands as a living symbol of the history and pioneer spirit of the American West, and can be joined by a companion figurine, Voodoo. Stand these two figurines together, and you have the famous battle of Picasso and Voodoo.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this Pony will go to several non-profit organizations whose mission is to improve the range for wild horses in free roaming herds.
A Standard Edition figurine is an open-numbered casting that comes with a Story Card inside an attractive, laminated box that completes the collectability of every Painted Pony.
- The Trail of Painted Ponies from Enesco celebrates the magic of the horse, the rich culture of America, and the unique talents of independent artists
- 9 inches in Height