Four years later, it was the Royal Warrant Holders Association itself that approached Bronte Porcelain to commission another unique piece, this time to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of The Queen’s coronation. The Association wanted to create a sculpture of Her Majesty’s granddaughter, Zara Phillips, on her horse Toytown, with whom she had won numerous medals at equestrian events, including a gold at the World Equestrian Games at Aachen in 2006. Knowing that only the most highly skilled ceramic artists and craftspeople could rise to the challenge of capturing the pair in action, and aware of the success of the earlier commission, the Association selected Bronte for the challenge. Bronte’s sculptor Graeme Gordon was tasked to create the original model, and it was decided to depict Zara Phillips and Toytown clearing the water jump on their way to winning the gold medal at Aachen. As well as going to meet Toytown, Graeme took advice from, among others, The Queen’s head groom Terry Pendry, John Horrell of Dodson and Horrell and even Zara Phillips herself.