The Trail Of Painted Ponies BBB Business Review

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Ruth Thomas from Eugene,Or wrote on February 17, 2017:
I was wondering how the Paint You own Pony kits can be called kits when there is nothing but the pony in them Nothing to paint them with.
Response From Trailmaster:
We used to include brushes and paint pots, along with unpainted resin figurines, in the Paint Your Own Pony kits. We discontinued the brushes and pots for two reasons: first, it raised the cost of the "kits" significantly; and secondly, we found that most people who purchased the kits already had their own brushes and paints, or preferred to used coloring materials different from the primary acrylic colors we were offering. We retained the use of the term "kit" for the sake of continuity, and made it clear in the packaging and promotional material that a copyrighted Painted Pony figurine cast in artist-grade resin was the feature and sole item for sale.

Debbie from Ky wrote on February 16, 2017:
Can we purchase snowflake?
Response From Trailmaster:
Not yet, but look for it in an upcoming Holiday release.

BARBARA HOUGHTON from Kansas wrote on February 09, 2017:
Were all Ceremonial Pony figurines made of resin?
Response From Trailmaster:
Yes.

Katie Lynn Carpenter from Mobile, al wrote on February 07, 2017:
I found my old collection of ponies recently. Since I no longer collect them, I decided to sell them. What is a trustworthy site I can determine the value? Also, one pony has a number in the 500s, does that make him more valuable than a higher number?
Response From Trailmaster:
We have found that the most reliable site to sell Ponies is eBay. Yes, if one of your Ponies has an edition number in the 500s, that should definitely have a perceived value that is more than a higher edition number. Good luck.

C.T. Hunter from Anderson, S.C. wrote on February 07, 2017:
What is deal with "Ribbons of Love". It was shown on the website, but now it is gone!
Response From Trailmaster:
Please check again. Apparently is was out of stock but is now available.

Sarah Mays from Culpeper, Virginia wrote on February 01, 2017:
Hello I am looking for the following ponies,Maps and Legends, Color Me Lucky, Here be Dragons also Antiquity. I was lucky enough to see the photos one time and now can now can not find anything else. Can you help me. Thank you.
Response From Trailmaster:
These are all custom Painted Ponies and they have not yet been crafted as figurines.

Dianna Mullins from Wilson, NC wrote on January 25, 2017:
Is there a miniature version of the "colt of many colors"? My best friend and my daughter collect the painted ponies and they both loved the movie and have both seen the life size colt and I think it would be a great addition to their collections.
Response From Trailmaster:
Unfortunately, not yet. There have been many discussions with Dolly Parton's team, a number of whom would very much like for there to be a "Colt of Many Colors" figurine, but for whatever reason, the green light has not yet been given.

Sarah from Artesia New Mexico wrote on January 17, 2017:
I saw a pony that was blue and had snowflakes on it but forgot the name. Can u give me the name? Thanks
Response From Trailmaster:
The name of the Pony is "Snowflake."

Brenda Gallagher from Pennsylvania wrote on January 17, 2017:
What was the winning horse for the 2016 competition?
Response From Trailmaster:
"Beaded Fire" by Sarah Gels.

sharon from Florida wrote on January 13, 2017:
How many 2004 clydesdale snow globes were produced?
Response From Trailmaster:
When "Christmas Clydesdale" was created as a snow globe, we were working with Westland Giftware as our manufacturer. Westland has since gone out of business, so we no longer have access to that information. Sorry.