It's still a nice pony.This just might be one of those situations where lowered expectations are called for.:)
That's the kind I like. The real ones, scare the fool out of me.V
If your can't have a real one or this "no-go" pony, try a carousel horse; they're the best!
Hmmmm, that seems unfair...God bless you!Cezar
75cents---what is this world coming to!!!!My kids all wanted to ride the grocery store pony. I would say you guys have real live ponies at home but they still wanted to so I would let them sit on the horsie and I would wiggle it or they would. I wouldn't pay to ride a fake horse.Well unless it was a merry-go-round horse. Ya gotta draw the line somewhere. MB
I see, It's now time to replace your gators with plastic ones...
"Plastic - fantastic "??Well I guess "the real thing" is very different.But I am sure kids love this too!! :)
I drove my parents nuts for a ride.
I've bet on horses that paid less. Looks like a deal to me.
That is no life for a horse, and explain the desperate look...nb. The bird on my photoblog is a Congo African Grey Parrot (Psittacus erithacus erithacus :)Have a nice Sunday!
Oh, the horse of my youth. I used to spend a lot of time on these horses when my mother was shopping in a store.
I love the rocking horse but your commentary made me laugh out loud.
That's actually a pretty cool looking horse.
I see that Ocala really is horse country!
Wow! It costs three quarters to ride. I don't think I will confess how much it cost when I was a kid.
That is what I call a grandson magnet.
Just my type, easy maintnance, no stall mucking & I don't have to worry about being thrown...lol!But then again, no sweet nickering when you walk up to let her out to pasture or share a carrot with...oh & don't forget that "horsey Gold" that makes a garden grow so well!lol!
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