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These are how Clarabelle Cow and Horace Horsecollar costumes have changed over the years in parks and resorts, ice shows, and other locations.

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1973 Disney on Parade Clarabelle has a pink face and hippo-like front teeth while Horace has a blue face.
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1974-1975 A Disneyland parade Based on their black and white cartoon versions.
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Disney World Clarabelle and Horace now get new larger heads and have foam on their muzzles which also have facial lines and wrinkles. They also sport their outfits from The Band Concert.

Notice that Clarabelle has blue eye shadow and thick eyelashes. She usually has her two buck teeth together.

This particular Clarabelle costume debuted in Roger Rabbit's Christmas Factory in 1988.

They were phased out of the American park resorts by November 2017.

As of June 2018, they have been phased out of Disneyland Paris except for Halloween of the same year.

By March 2020, they have been phased out of Tokyo Disneyland.

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November 2016-Present Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration The articulated Clarabelle is accurate to the one from Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Her muzzle is no longer covered with foam.
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November 3, 2017-Present Disneyland and Frontierland at Walt Disney World's Magic Kingdom A non-articulated version of Clarabelle which debuted in Mickey's Most Merriest Celebration sports a new outfit: a red sailor hat with a yellow flower as the classic version of Minnie had, a yellow blouse and a red skirt with yellow trimmings and pumps with the same shoe style as Daisy.

For Horace, he has received a cartoony look with his ears twitching upward, his belly becoming rounder, his nostrils being far apart, and now has his Kingdom Hearts attire. Also like Clarabelle, his inner ears are flesh and his muzzle is no longer covered with foam. He also has a realistic horsetail.

They still have retained Mickey and Minnie's 1978 gloves, however.

They have been introduced in Paris on June 2018 during the FanDaze event and in Tokyo on March 2020.

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