Custom Dun Twister

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Custom Dun Twister

425.00

Mustang Stallion
customized & painted by Julie Brooks

Elfin size - 1:9 scale
Overall dimensions: 7.5" tall at withers x 13" long, nose to tail
Details on all sizes can be found here.

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Snaking is a herding behavior. The stallion stays at the back of the group to watch for straying mares and potential threats. The stallion uses snaking behavior, lowering his head and snaking it from side to side, to bring together straying mares and to drive other stallions away. If a confrontation starts, a stallion would rather not fight as he may get hurt, therefore a stallion intimidates the threat by foot stamping and showing aggression.