This one's not so easy to guess. Unless you guessed Thoroughbred!
Hmm...let's see...pinkish purply-grey...weird splayed back legs...heavy edema in the lower legs, why, it must be a Funrise Sicilian Horse! Heck, we all knew THAT, didn't we?
A beautiful pair of Shires! It's the odd fat telescoping necks that give it away, isn't it?
Okay, I don't want to read any complaints about solid-legged tobiano Pintos, and the Funrise Company doesn't want to hear it either!
Keeping it simple, these are just called Palominos. Cute little black-dot nostrils though!
Funrise Mustang (gee, a Mustang that's not rearing, what's with that?)
A pair of Morgans, according to the Funrise Company.
Why bother sculpting a piece into a cool pose like a Levade or Piaffe, when you can portray your Lipizzan model standing on all fours?
No, not Strawberry Shortcake's horse, unless she rides a Knabstrupper!
This one just screams "Akhel Teke"!!!! Too bad Funrise calls it an Icelandic Horse! With a dog dinky!
This little fella's so homely he's cute, with his fat little feet and swollen face and little black piggy eyes. All the more enduring for a Highland Pony.
I'm ashamed to admit I have no idea what a Dunord is, but Funrise says this is one, so, enjoy.
Cute little red dun Brumby!
A Breton, the beef cow of the horse-eating world!
A Batak...another new one on me!
Okay, now I know they're smoking something at Funrise...this is supposed to be an Arabian! Yeah, easily identifiable as such guys. Guess they don't have many Arabians over there! Of course there's also the possibility that the eBay seller who had these listed made a mistake. Too bad I sold off all my Funrises or I could double-check.
Yaaah, this one's easy! Appaloosa with cute little spats!
And the magnificent Andalusian!
Last but not least, and in reverse alphabetical order, the famous Albino! Why his hooves are black, I don't know, unless he's heading for a horse show!
Thank you Funrise Company, for entertaining horse-crazy kids over the decades!