Remember that great show from years ago, The Lone Ranger? The only surviving ambushed Ranger, his trusted friend Tonto, and their dedicated horses Silver and Scout manned the West for years, maintaining justice for all. Well just think, your kids can do the same thing, right in the comfort of your own home, with their very own Radio Flyer Horse.
Kids love horses and ponies and the Lone Ranger had quite a bond with his beautiful horse Silver, as did Tonto with his horse Scout. The two of them trusted one another and got through many tough times together. Your kids will enjoy the same thing with this classic spring horse as their imaginations kick into high gear. This great ride will inspire much creative thought and fantasy time.
The Radio Flyer Horse is a great ride on toy that will encourage independent play. This is a very important stage of play for children. Playing independently is the perfect way for your kids to explore the environment around them at their own speed. They’ll begin to recognize and control their own emotions and understand and express their thoughts through the creativity that this ride will inspire.
- The Radio Flyer Horse is an awesome and classic looking spring horse. He may not be white but he still has very realistic detailing that makes it look as close to the real thing as you’ll get in a toy. This ride neighs like a real horse and makes cool clip-clop noises. It even plays some songs and has a real mane and tail so your kids will feel like they’re petting a real horse.
- I love the fact that this horse is built with a very sturdy and extra wide steel frame. The width keeps it from tipping easily and adds a great safety feature. All of the springs are covered with removable felt wraps which prevents those little fingers from getting pinched.
The Radio Flyer Horse is a great way for the younger kids to burn off some excess energy in a very safe and fun way. This toy will last for several years as your kids continue to grow. So grab a cowboy hat, a pair of chaps, and Ride ‘Em Kemo Sabe! And what the heck, grab a mask too because the Lone Ranger rides again, in the form of your child!
Originally posted 2010-03-16 18:08:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter