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How do I set my horse in motion?
The mechanical Ponnie ride-on horse is set in motion by the rider repetitively moving up and down in the saddle. The rider determines the riding direction by turning the handles. The horse is driven forward solely by the rider’s own movements. It has no motor, so it does not need any batteries to make it go.
What are the benefits of riding these horses?
Ponnie ride-on horses develop the motor coordination and balance of the child. When riding the animal, the child engages important muscle groups that are not usually activated, so the toy contributes to the child’s healthy development.
Riding both outdoors and indoors
The horse has wheels made of colourless rubber (they look black because of the black internal plastic reinforcement), so it will not scratch or mark your parquet or floating floor. Outdoors, the animal can be ideally ridden on any hard, level surface, such as asphalt or interlocking paving blocks.
What makes Ponnie horses and other animals so special?
Ponnie ride-on horses and other animals have a modern mechanism that ensures they can be ridden smoothly. They are designed with a saddle that does not protrude from the horse’s body, thereby not interfering with its appearance as in other similar products. Moreover, their body is noticeably bigger, so children will be able to use the animal much longer.
Another advantage is the option to remove the saddle, so you can saddle the Ponnie horse just like a real one. The mane and tail can be combed and braided.
The look of these horses was designed by the Czech graphic designer and toy creator Olga Smidova.