A good wooden horse must be more than just ridable; it should also offer other play possibilities which activate role-playing and awake kids' imaginations. That's why it will ideally have extras such as a tail or mane to brush and braid or a head collar. Even better is if there's a real saddle on the horse or if you can put a saddlecloth on it. In addition, the horse must stand in a stable, solid way so that it can withstand the children's acrobatics. It should also be possible for children to get on the horse without help from their parents. And since riding outside is the most fun, a wooden horse should be weather-resistant, too.
The Wooden Horse (11664) brings all these features and more, and has the stuff to become all horse fans' absolute favourite! This large playing, riding, and vaulting horse playfully teaches young horseback riders about the basics of horses, ponies, and horseback riding. A mane and a tail made of sisal invite kids to style and braid them, and a mounting step makes it easy as child's play to get on top. The splayed-out legs ensure a safe and stable standing position. And here's something unique: behind the flap door on the rear end, there's a large storage space inside the horse's tummy for storing the head collar, cleaning supplies, and accessories. The head collar is included! The horse's back is designed in such a way that real saddles can fit on it and multiple children can fit on it. It's ideal for the garden or yard, or even the nursery! For longer use, the untreated wood can be painted with a wood preserving varnish however one wants. Whether it's the chestnut, the white horse, or the black horse - customers are free to design it how they wish. This riding pony is perfect for childhood role-playing. It makes children active with free and imagination-inspiring play opportunities and allows them to bring the horse play to life with their own creativity. There's no integrated technology that plays sounds when the kids press a button - they'll have to make their own whinnying sounds and clip-clopping of hooves!