What are the different sizes of Breyer Horses?

Traditional: 1:9 scale (adult models are approximately 11″ long × 9″ high) and is the most popular scale. Classic: 1:12 scale (adult models are approximately 9″ long × 6″ high) Ponies/Dapples/Pony Gals: 1:12 scale (adult models are approximately 9″ long × 6″ high) and are aimed at the youth market.

What are the Breyer horse sizes?

Traditional models are about 9 inches high by 12 inches long. Classics are about 6 inches high by 9 inches long. Of course foals are smaller than adult horses. 4 of 4 found this helpful.

How tall is a 1/12 scale Breyer horse?

The second largest scale in the Breyer lineup are the Classics. Classic horses are 1:12 scale making one inch equal to twelve inches in real life or one foot. Classic horses stand approximately 6 inches tall which translates into 6 feet for a real horse.

How big is a 1/12 scale horse?

Horse 1:12 Scale

Breyer Classics 1:12 scale is a bit smaller than the Traditional 1:9 scale, with horses roughly measuring 15cm high by 5cm wide by 22cm long.

How much do Breyer horses weigh?

Product information

Product Dimensions 13.75 x 2.5 x 8.75 inches
Item Weight 1.43 pounds
Item model number 1716
Manufacturer recommended age 5 – 15 years

What scale are Barbie horses?

According to the official Breyer® website, the “Classic” dolls and their corresponding horses fit 1:12 scale; the “Traditional” dolls and horses are molded to a 1:9 scale.

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Are Breyer horses valuable?

Do Breyer horses go up in value? These can sell from $300 to upwards of $600 dollars each. Certain vintage pieces have sold for up to $3500! A good resource for establishing the age, rarity, and even identity of your models is the website www.IdentifyYourBreyer.com.