From the plains of Rohan, Gandalf the White called the great stallion Shadowfax. Wild in spirit and temper, Shadowfax is one of the Mearas, the greats horses of old, and has been the wizard's friend and mount through many times of need, though none greater than that which Gandalf calls upon him for in the fays of the War of the Ring.
Riding bareback, clutching the silvery hair of the mount's mane, Gandalf rides to Minas Tirith, the Capital of Gondor to marshal the city's defences and fight against the might of Mordor that looms in the East.
The figurine is hand cast in heavy weight polystone and hand painted to the highest standards.
The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien tells an epic tale of good against evil, spanning three volumes. The trilogy runs through the many challenges faced by the central character, Frodo, on his journey from the Shire to the fires of Mount Doom. It is one of the most successful fantasy series' of all time.