If you’ve been playing with LEGO long enough, you’ll definitely remember this white horse and the knight riding on it.
The white horse first appeared in the world of LEGO way back in 1984 – and it lasted for many years without any changes. This white horse was found in several LEGO Castle sets (the theme has since been retired by The LEGO Group).
When we first saw this MOC by AFOL ChaMi, it immediately brought back memories of the miniature version of the white horse. Today, AFOL ChaMi has created a brick-built version of it – measuring 20cm x 18cm x 10cm, and comprising of approximately 350 LEGO pieces (we assume this is the number of pieces used to construct both the white horse and the knight).
Check out more images of this white hose and the knight from the various angles below:
Does This Build Bring Back Memories?
Not sure about you, but this build certainly brought back many wonderful memories and reminded us of the times when we used to play with the various Castle-themed sets. Sadly. the theme has since been retired.
While we’re not sure if Castle-themed sets will be making a comeback, but we can certainly make this build by AFOL ChaMi appear on the LEGO shelves. So if you fancy this build and would like to get your hands on it, be sure to show your support by voting for it in the LEGO Ideas website below: