Yes! Sure! Why not? Especially when they adorn the sides of the 2019 Breyer Halloween model. I don’t know about you, but it makes me wish for Fall, only because this is available as a pre-order only. The expected release date is slated for September 3rd.

I am happy to see that Breyer decided to use a draft horse, specifically the Wixom mold. The coloring is so appropriate starting with a coppery shimmer on the top half and blending into the deep black of the night and hi-lighted with green glow-in-the-dark ghosts, corn stalks, smiling pumpkins and the rising moon.

You can almost hear the heaviness of this grand equine as she thunders through the corn stalks and pumpkin patch. One can imagine the top half of her glistening in the fading sunlight as the night sets in and a breeze rustles through her mane.

Her name is befitting as well, Samhain, literally marking the end of the fall harvest season and the beginning of the dark winter, which is celebrated on October 31st through November 1st of every year. On this night, it is believed that the line between the living and the other world is thinnest during this time, allowing spirits to cross and mingle in our world. Eerie, isn’t it? Don’t worry, though, because when the lights go out, Samhain’s coat will shine a light through the dark of the night.

Happy Halloween in June!