Breyer - Traditional The Gangsters Tony Da Pony and Bugsy Maloney
Breyer Traditional The Gangsters Tony Da Pony and Bugsy Maloney
The sport of combined driving showcases the athleticism and skill of
driving horses and ponies in three phases: dressage, marathon, and cones.
Small in size but not talent, Classic American Shetland Bugsy Maloney and
Shetland/Welsh cross Tony Da Pony compete with owner Mary Phelps in the top level of combined driving: FEI Advanced.
Nicknamed the “Gangsters” for their playful names,
their size allows them to make moves inside obstacles that larger ponies cannot.
Breyer is thrilled to have this delightful pony set in our new 2020 product line.