The Ponies will always continue to bring my joy. That is why I have them on display to bring happiness to everyone who sees them. Keep the joy coming. I just went pass having 200 Ponies last year.
- Mark, Collector
I just started collecting the Painted Ponies and I love them. Each one is a beautiful piece of artwork and are uniquely different! I have 10 Painted Ponies so far and I can't wait to collect more! "Run for the Roses" and "Renewal of Life" figurines are my favorites so far. Happy Trails to all!
- Lowden, Iowa
I couldn't be more pleased with the Painted Ponies. I have my own small collection, which I intend to increase at every opportunity. I also buy them for my mom on her birthdays and Christmas every year.
- Collector, Iowa
Each Painted Pony begins as original artwork, created by artists from around the world, with a wide range of backgrounds.
20 Year Anniversary
2023 will mark 20 years since the beginning of The Trail. 20 years of artistic excellence, working with countless artists with remarkable talent.
50% of the proceeds of all “Wild Blue - Remembering 9/11” figurines and ornaments will benefit the First Responders Children’s Foundation.
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Texas RangerTexas Ranger
An icon of American western culture, the Texas Rangers have a heritage that traces to the earliest days of the settlement of Texas. They first made a name for themselves as mounted lawmen covering vast territories on horseback protecting frontier settlers against marauding Indians and Mexican bandits. But as the frontier disappeared, the Texas Rangers turned to handling criminals within our own society: outlaws, train robbers and highwaymen. Today they are known as a professional investigative force dealing with major violent crime, public corruption, border security, and their mystique lives on.
Rain DancerRain Dancer
For weeks on end, the sun bakes the earth under a sweltering heat, until at last it cries for relief. Mother Nature hears the call and sends Rain Dancer, a horse of majestic beauty that possesses elemental powers, to the rescue. At the beckoning of her echoing neigh, a Thunderbird appears, beating its feathered wings and carrying clouds as it rapidly ascends to the sky and circles the plains. The clouds grow darker in color. And then, with a thunderclap, a storm floods the thirsty earth that sings with thankfulness for the gift from Rain Dancer.
Once upon a time, “Dreamer” was a flashy mare with loud paint markings, an extremely long mane and tail, a sassy personality and a love of peanut candy bars as treats. After making a name for herself turning the barrels on the rodeo circuit, today she enjoys her retirement with other horses, where she receives lots of baths and affection, and even has a pasture all to herself, which is how she has always preferred to graze.