Also in Peggy’s box came the Eventing Rider, who is my first Breyer doll.
The name given to her is Sarah, which I think I’m going to keep. She came with a riding hat and a really cool tote bag.
She can stand on her own with her boots on, but her ankle joints are loose so she doesn’t stand without them.
The back of her really nice jacket, and a good-ish view of her hair. It isn’t very thick, but you don’t really see that when it’s in a ponytail.
Boots again. These are quite firm plastic and need a good tug to get off. You can’t see it in any of these photos, but the bottom of her jodhpurs do wrap with elastic around her foot, supposedly to keep them down when the boot’s on.
Without the red jacket.
Now, methinks she needs a more diverse wardrobe. Let’s hit the catalogues for inspiration….
Overall: well articulated, nice clothes, the eyes are slightly scary but the rest of the doll more than makes up for them. I’m going to have fun with this….