Obviously, altering your most prized and precious Breyer horses may not be something you wish to do—especially if they are rare and in good condition. And you certainly wouldn’t want to get anything on any new Breyer horse models that you have recently acquired.
However, if you’ve got some cheap ones—or multiples—around, you might want to decorate them just in time for Halloween (and other holidays!).
You could paint them festive orange and black colors, decorate them with fake blood or other gooey creations, and pose them in horrific scenarios. Take a rider or small doll, for example, and dress it in black—and take off its head! You have an instant homage to Sleepy Hollow.
Go for a scarier version of My Little Ponies by adding a scary emblem on your horse’s flanks. Instead of a heart, rainbow or whatever, try a skull, a bat, or a pumpkin.