Icelandic Pony Mare by Schleich


Icelandic pony mare by Schleich.  Hand painted animal figurine by Scheich from the Horse Club collection.

Model 13790.

3.1" x 1.6" x 3.6".

The Iceland horse is particularly popular with children because it has more the size of a pony.  It is so powerful that it also carries adults with ease.  In its native home Iceland, this robust horse lives year-round semi-wild outdoors.  It does not mind the icy winds and the barren landscape, because it has a thick fur, especially in winter.  In addition to walk, trot and canter it dominates two additional gaits, the tölt and the flying pace.  With both it seems that the horse with its rider float above the ground.  This not only looks proud and majestic, but is also extremely fast. When doing the racing pace, an Iceland horse is between 40-50 km/h.

Fun fact:  The Iceland horse has two other gaits: tölt and pace.

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Recommended for 3+.

We love Schleich's realistic animal figures, a quality toy that stimulates the child's imagination as well as teaching them about animals and wildlife.