Grand Noble Horse of SuccessThe noble and majestic horse is to create mental and physical stamina needed for one to attain wealth and success. It is in a motion of progress, meaning your life will always be in a state of positive advancement towards your goal. Resin made, with a good weight on it. A personal favorite, and used by: career people to advance with honor and home owners for its members to succeed in their goals and desires. Works as an excellent enhancement for your Success and/or Personal Development directions in accord with your specific Kua number.
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