This beautiful horse is as much fun to care for as it is to "ride." When it is all decked out in its removable saddle and bridle, kids can use it for a chair, stool, or magical mount that carries them boldly into imagined adventures. The beautifully patterned brown and white Pinto features a handsomely detailed Western saddle. Sorry, gift wrap not available.
For ages 3 and up.
A magical mount for pretend adventures
Handsomely detailed Western saddle
As much fun to care for as it is to ride
SizeMeasures 31" x 9" x 28" tall
holds up to 150 lbs.
(based on 8 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
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Lovely but a little delicate
from New York, NY
About Me Parent Of Two Or More Children
Comments about HearthSong Sit-On Pinto Horse:
Pinto, or Buckle as the kids have named him, is lovely and pretty sturdy. But as the name suggests he's not really meant for great interactive play, more just to sit on. They would like to be able to sit on him and pull him round the house but then his legs... buckle, and have to be pulled back into place. I wonder how long before they just snap off? He's not really up for the 'oh no Buckle need a doctor game' either. I think the price was perfect.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Love this horse!
from new market md
About Me Working Parent
My daughter LOVES this horse- we have had it for several years-- we have never had any problems at all and I can't say enough good things about it...in fact, she's 7 now and still rides it around the house all the time! I am looking for another one for her for Christmas!
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
Fair warning: Horse NOT worth the $
from Lapeer, MI
About Me Education Oriented, Major online shopper, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
I think I come at this review from a unique perspective. 'Santa' brought this horse and the palomino horse (both bought at the same time) for my 3 and 6 year-old daughters. To compare them... well, I guess they're both 4 legged horse-shaped stuffed animals. That's about where the comparisons end. This horse doesn't hold a candle to the palomino. This has cheap thin "fur" fabric, a scary/creepy face, no nostrils, weirdly positioned bridle, cheap looking saddle, and a hole in the hoof after about 2 hours of normal play. If you are considering this because of the height, like I did, just get the palomino instead. My just-turned 6 year old is the size of a normal 7 year old or even small 8 year old and she does ok with the palomino. It took her a little longer but she finally noticed all the nicer things about her sister's palomino vs. this, her, horse. The palomino has thicker fur, a nice face with sewn in nostrils (minor details do matter), a normal bridle, nice rivet details, and sturdy metal stirrups. The part that she couldn't compare because she didn't see was that straight out of the box the palomino was noticeably nicer due to the placement of the structural legs (I assume wooden) in the padded hooves. I had to mess with this horse by shoving the structural leg deeper into the stuffing so that the hooves wouldn't look like they were being twisted/bent/broken off. Didn't matter. Whether because it was poorly stuffed or poorly sewn this horse had still had a hole in the hoof after 2 hours of play. It was very easy to repair but while repairing I got a good look at the terrible sewing job that it came with. I'm sure I'll have more repairs to make. My daughter, however, likes it mostly because it's hers. It looks a bit like a horse she had the opportunity to take a ride on last summer and (because they both each have one)she can "ride" along by her sister i.e. no one is left out. BTW, it is kind of cool that these things can slide along on a hardwood floor (just beware of the possible torn stitching issue). There's nothing stand-out from a parent's perspective about this horse. If I'd had the time, I'd have sent this back and bought another palomino. Since, "Santa" brought it - it can't go back (I just can't come up with a decent explanation for it) so I'll just have to repair what I can as needed and maybe even gussy it up/bedazzle the bridle and/or saddle a little. Considering the price, however, none of that should be necessary.Bottom line, save your money or buy the palomino. This one is junk.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
A great way to "spur" the imagination!
from Louisville, Kentucky
About Me Grandparent
I purchased this horse as a Christmas gift to finish off a cowboy theme. I was very impressed with the quick delivery and with the quality of the product. It is sturdy and durable, enough to withstand a hard ride by it's new 3 year old owner. Definitely worth the price I paid.
Great quality and value
About Me First Time Parent
I bought this horse for my 18-month-old niece who loves everything horses. It made quite an impression at Christmas because it was so big and beautiful. She was a little frightened by it at first, but after a week or so she loved it and wants to ride it all the time. I'm so glad I bought it!
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
"the BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT EVER!"
By snowboard mama
from breckenridge, co
My 6 year old horse-crazy daughter announced that this was the best Xmas present EVER...It's surprisingly sturdy, really cute, and the source for hours of imaginative play--it's alternately a rescue horse, a magical horse, Secretariat, a mother horse to her smaller ones, etc.Great toy [...]
Came apart after 2 months
from New Orleans, LA
About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
The stitching is coming apart on the top back end of the horse. Was a Christmas gift and it started to come apart at the end of Jan with only minor play.
I gave this horse to my granddaughter when she was 2yrs. old. She is going to be 3 yrs. in a couple of weeks and is still playing with it daily! It is sturdy, adorable and realistic looking!
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