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A summer destination for Native Americans from all over North America, it features a parade, rodeo, relay races, Native dancing, contests and colorful exhibitions of beadwork.
This rearing white stallion has caught the spirit of the two Native dancers in dazzling regalia, who spin and leap dramatically, fringe and feather blowing like grass in the wind.
Outfits similar to this are still paraded today at the Crow Fair in Crow Agency.
Item #: 12255Release Date: Summer 2007 Artist: Cathy Smith Material: Resin Size: 6" Tall Form: Standing Retired: February 2010 Last Number at Retirement: 3E/2418Pony Story: An appreciation of all earthly and spiritual gifts in the Native American culture and traditions led this gifted Montana artist to create a Painted Pony that honored an authentic Native art form not widely known.
Item #: 4035091Release Date: Spring 2013 Artist: Vickie Knepper-Adrian Material: Resin Size: 6" Tall Form: Standing Retired: May 2015 Last Number at Retirement: 1/3916Pony Story: Multi-talented Oregon artist Lynn Bean, who also created Fetish Pony, wanted to adorn an Appaloosa horse with traditional Native symbols of power, spirit and strength, rendered in different media.
Using hand-tooled copper foil, leather, feathers and beads to form lightning bolts on the neck (signifying speed) and a handprint on the hindquarters (signifying ownership), she has given birth to an original vision of beauty and wonder appropriately titled Copper Enchantment.