Carltonlima Emma: the royal Breyer model!

Breyer immortalises Queen Elizabeth’s fell pony, Carltonlima Emma!

As you all know, the iconic Breyer brand is committed to making models as special as the real horses themselves. Well the new Carltonlima Emma model is no exception!

credit Bob Langrish

Credit Bob Langrish

Part of the Best of British range, Cartonlima Emma is a Traditional 1:9 scale model created exactly in the likeness of the royal fell pony. The stunning black model is widely available now at your regular Breyer stockist. Click here to see a full list of Breyer stockists.

The Carltonlima Emma model is especially significant this year as the Queen will be celebrating her 90th birthday at the Royal Windsor Horse Show! See more here.

Did you know?

Her Majesty the Queen is the patron of the Fell Pony Society and a supporter of all things equestrian. Breyer will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sales of Carltonlima Emma to help support the Fell Pony Society in its work to preserve the British breed.

Girlguiding will also benefit for its work in teaching girls to love and support nature.

carltonlima emma

Carltonlima Emma

Also new from Breyer Best of British


Alongside Carltonlima Emma, models of Valegro and Banks Vanilla also trotted into the Breyer range this year!

Valegro is the world number 1 reigning Olympic, European and World Cup Champion. With rider, Charlotte Dujardin, Valegro is the most dominant competitor in dressage history! To capture Valegro’s success, Breyer introduced a Traditional 1:9 scale model and a Stablemates 1:32 scale model. Both are widely available now.



Banks Vanilla is another new Breyer model not to be missed! The Connemara Pony Champion won 12 major championships in one year culminating in victories at Horse of the Year Show and Olympia. The striking model is available now.

Banks Vanilla

Banks Vanilla

Which new Breyer models will you be adding to your wish list?

Written by: Farel Williams

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