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Horse plushie characteristics
Horse plushies are modeled after horses, which means they often have long thick necks, elongated heads, and long tails. Whereas real horses have short, stubby hair, stuffed animal horses are most often soft and cuddly. As to their coloring, horse plushies usually feature a mixture of different shades of brown or white, though there are more colorful ones as well.
There are several variations of the horse plushie, which you’ll find on the shelf of your local toy shop. Stuffed animal horses, for example, closely resemble their mythological unicorn siblings, sans the horn. For those looking for a nice mixture of reality and fantasy, the toy line based on My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (2010-2019) might offer the best choices. The animated TV-series features a mixed group of horses and unicorns, with each character having its own distinctive color.
Aside from horses and unicorns, there are also winged horses, such as Pegasus from the Disney film Hercules (1997), and alicorns, a combination of a unicorn and a winged horse.
Famous Horses (available as stuffed animals)
There are hundreds of famous horses, both fictional and real. The Walt Disney canon, for example, has featured dozens of horses in supporting roles. Notable examples which were popular enough to be released as plushies were Flynn Rider’s Maximus (Tangled, 2010), Hercules’ Pegasus (Hercules, 1997), Mulan’s Khan (Mulan, 2020), and Pixar’s toy horse Bullseye (Toy Story 2, 1999).