The Clydesdale pin was sculpted by Kristina Lucas Francis and was initially released in 1999. While this pin was used primarily for a show prize it was sometimes offered to the general public for sale. Click on the pictures below for larger views.
Above, bay Clydesdale pins, released in 1999. Thirty seven bay pins were released at the 1999 Pour Horse Photo Show; later thirty more were sold to the general public. These two sets of pins were generally indistinguishable from each other, though the pins given out at the show may have had more conservative markings. In addition, forty-two bay pin plaques were released. The green one above is the more common while the blue one had a more limited release.
Above left, the sabino roan Clydesdale pin finished by Addi Velasquez-Hude. These were also released in 1999 and seventy-one were made. Above center, fifty of these black-brown pins were made for the Pour Horse Photo Show in 2003. Above right, it is uncertain if this pin is from the original release of bay pins or not, or a different run.
Bay roan pins from 2003 BYOC, run of fifteen.
Above center, this dapple grey pin is marked 'PHP 99', '#22/26', '2002'. Above left, chestnut pin marked 'TEST 7/02, poured in colored slip.
The palomino and brown art glazed pins above are something of a mystery. The art glazed pins on the left were part of a handful of pins made and sold via Facebook sales in 2015.
Sugar Skull pins finished in 2015. Customers bought the unfinished pins in kits, decorated them, and returned them to Joanie to fire. The one in the middle was finished by Linda Dean, the one on the end was finished by Pamela Hagrman.
Above, art glazed pins from Pour Horse Photo Show in 2003. Eleven of these sets were made.
Not shown: black with big blaze, 2002 Enchantment Stables Show; white grey, slightly darker white grey, shows and dates unknown.
Photos are by B. Ness except for the rainbow pins, the pins on the orange background, and the two against the rock background, which are by Joanie Berkwitz, pins on wooden background by L. Dean, roan, dapple grey, palomino, and cream art glaze pins on white backgrounds, C. Dils,and the bay pin against the white background, by E. LaRose. Thanks everyone!