Saucy was sculpted by Kristina Lucas Francis and represents a young Suffolk Punch mare. She is Curio scale, or in other words, 1:12 or Breyer "Classic" scale. Introduced in 1995, Saucy was the first Pour Horse piece offered publicly to collectors. There were 94 greys produced. The very first grey production pieces had varied colored two tone ribbons and tended to have much lighter body shading. The bulk of the run had tri-colored ribbons in blue, green, and black, and body shading varied quite a bit. Slightly under 100 chestnuts were produced. The very first chestnut pieces were hand painted a dark, solid red with little airbrush shading. The next batch of pieces, sold at the 1995 Jamboree event, were a slightly lighter, peachier solid color, also with little airbrush shading. Subsequently production pieces were airbrushed, the very first having solid blue ribbons and the rest having blue and purple ribbons. The actual body color of the chestnuts varies widely, from a dark chestnut to a light, dusty chestnut. A number of bisques and several dozen custom glazed Saucys were produced as well. Click on the pictures below for larger views.
Chestnut Saucy Tests
Chestnut Saucy Variations
Above, the 1995 Jamboree version of Saucy.
Grey Saucy Variations
Saucy Custom Glazed
The two mares above left are collaborations between Kristina and Joanie.
Saucy- Custom Glazed by Other Artists
Photos are by Joanie Berkwitz/The Pour Horse with the following exceptions: Jamboree Saucy, A. Peck; grulla, dark dapple grey and dark chestnut OF on show table, unknown; black pinto, C. Gardner; blue roan, K. Myers; bay with four white socks, L. Dean; OF chestnut and OF grey on white sand with blue backgrounds. L. Bouras, OF grey on solid grey background, L. Pervier; bay and bay pinto on black background and blue roan on white background, Carole Clinky. Thanks so much!