This figurine (2"x6"x7") is made of resin epoxy and manufactured by Westland Giftware. I am offering a signed and numbered edition of 500. As of June of 2008, CowPony has been retired from reproduction. She made it to a whopping 6th edition! Thanks, fans and friends!!!!
As of June 2007, there are only 25 left in my signed and numbered edition to be sold. When I ordered the CowPonies from Westland I had them sent in two separate shipments a month apart. I just couldn't figure out where I was going to put 40-some boxes! Unfortunately I didn't know that Westland would ship two different editions in that order. So I got half 1sts and half 3rds. eek! I am sold out of the first editions now and am selling the 3rd editions. If you have a 1st edition and would like to have it added to my signed and numbered edition, you may ship it to me. I am signing them one box (18) at at time, so this allows me to add other people's first editions to my signed and numbered edition of 500.
The original lifesize pony now resides at the Booth Western Art Museum in Cartersville, Georgia and sold for a record breaking $50,000 at the first Trail of Painted Ponies auction.
A maquette size version (12"x14") is available for commission for $3500. They are offered in an edition of 3...2 have been sold...one is available.