Small Horse Ride-On Toy

Small Horse Ride-On Toy

Powered by kids Works balance, coordination, and is endlessly fun Indoors or outside
Independent Maker

Full Details


  • Materials: Steel, cotton, rubber
  • Care: Only for home & private use, not suitable for commercial use. Do not ride if over 55 lbs
  • Children feel like they’re riding a real animal using only the movement of their bodies
  • To steer, grip wooden pegs attached to base of neck and turn animal's head
  • Great for the active play, balance, and coordination for children
  • Made of high grade fabrics; soft and comfortable
  • Can ride indoors or outdoors on level ground
  • Battery- and motor-free
  • Maximum load capacity: 55 lbs
  • Recommended for ages 3-5
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 18.1" x 11.4" x 20.1"
  • Weight: 18.3 lbs
Independent Maker

Reviews


4 avg. (1 reviews)


Cute Pony
05/13/2019 by Vicki
The little pony is just perfect. My grandson rides it around his house for hours. It’s perfect for even surfaces, not too safe with uneven ones.
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$219.00
Small Horse Ride-On Toy

Powered by kids Works balance, coordination, and is endlessly fun Indoors or outside
Kid-power provides the giddy-up for this plush riding horse toy. It’s easy to move and steer, and will provide endless fun while little riders burn off energy, indoors or outside.

Kelly Sales

We’re committed to trying out all of our products at The Grommet—and if that means hopping on a riding horse toy, then we’re happy to oblige.

In truth, we couldn’t resist taking the plush animals from PonyCycle for several spins around the office. Even though we did, we have to ask you other grown-ups not to. They’re only made to handle up to 88 pounds. So we had children test them out to confirm our findings—that these plush ride-ons are easy to operate and endlessly fun.

Kid-power makes the animals move. It’s easy to get the hang of the gentle galloping motion, and is a great way for little riders to work on balance and get a bit of exercise, too. Other kids in the neighborhood will definitely want a turn. And though the grown-ups will, too, we must admonish them with the adage, “Do as we say, not as we do.”

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