Little rockers can enjoy rollicking rides on this handsome steed. It features a safety surround on the seat which can easily be removed when your child grows. Rubber stoppers on the bow rockers are specially designed to prevent enthusiastic riders from tipping over. Made from eco-friendly rubberwood in a natural finish with red and black detailing. Simple assembly required. Sorry, gift wrap not available.
For ages 12 mos. and up.
• Little rockers can enjoy rollicking rides • Rubber stoppers prevent riders from tipping over • Made from eco-friendly rubberwood • Natural finish with red and black detailing
Comments about Product: When I opened the box the pieces were not wrapped and the wooden pieces had rubbed together causing some paint to come off on the red foot pole. Minor scratches on horses face. Felt they were just placed in the box and not all pieces were wrapped for protection. I'm sure FedEx or whom ever delivered it were not careful with the box either. In the future better packaging should be done before placing and shipping. I had put it together with no problem. It was a gift and I did not have time to return it, other wise I would have. Very happy otherwise with the product and mom to be loved it.
Comments about Product: This was the bets gift ever! Our son started rocking in our lap when he was just a few months old. We got this for him at about 7 months. At first we had to rock it for him but after 2 weeks he got a hang of it and loves to rock away on it! He is full of giggles every time! The Rocking Horse itself is high quality made, very well designed and looks cute!
Comments about Product: This was a gift I purchased to be left at my home for my grandson that just turned 1. He loves to ride on it and also stand beside it and rock the horse. He feels very safe on the horse. It has bars all the way around so he cant fall off. When he is older we can remove the bars & he can go to town rocking!
Comments about Product: Though my 13 month old boy loves to rock the horse instead of riding it he is like that with all rocking horses. He is frustrated he can't climb in yet because of the arms, which is a plus for us as parents because he falls off of other rocking horses by trying to climb on and off without help. He enjoys this toy immensely and we love it. He gives all of his toys "rides" in the horse, and I think he will eventually ride it when he gets to to that stage.