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Schleich - German Riding Pony Mare Toys

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  • Schleich - German Riding Pony Mare Toys

Schleich

Schleich - German Riding Pony Mare Toys

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Explore the lively world of Lakeside with this German Riding Pony Mare, a fun and educational toy figurine from Schleich! This toy is detailed and ideal for hours of imaginative play. The German Riding Pony Mare is an elegant tournament pony with a beautifully braided mane. The German Riding Pony...Read More

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  • Explore the lively world of Lakeside with this German Riding Pony Mare, a fun and educational toy figurine from Schleich! This toy is detailed and ideal for hours of imaginative play. The German Riding Pony Mare is an elegant tournament pony with a beautifully braided mane. The German Riding Pony Mare has a beautiful chestnut coat and the braids in her mane are held together with cute, small ties. These are a special eye-catcher at tournaments. German Riding Ponies are very friendly animals that are specially bred for riding by children and youth. They look like little horses and are suitable for both dressage and show jumping. The German Riding Pony Mare toy is a handheld figurine and measures 3.6" tall and 4.5" long. The German Riding Pony Mare is part of Horse Club. Horse Club is the story of four best friends named Hannah, Sofia, Lisa, and Sarah. These four girls love horses. Each has their own horse, and lives in a beautiful little village called Lakeside. The story of the Horse Club girls is centered around friendship, adventure, and of course, their love of horses. Giddyup! Ideal for children aged 5-12.

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